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Here are today's tech funding deals, in no particular order.
Congress is conducting a three-day series of hearings to decide how to regulate the explosion of health apps on smartphone and tablet devices.
Berkeley-based Wise.io has launched its first product for data scientists and developers as part of a goal to make machine learning technology more accessible.
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Imagine this scenario: Your babysitter needs $40 so she can pay for a taxi home, but you spent all your cash at dinner.
A company called Akimbo has developed a solution to this type of problem.
SiftScience has raised $5.5 million from high-profile investors, including Salesforce CEO Mark Benioff, Reddit cofounder Alexis Ohanian, Union Square Ventures, First Round Capital, and more.
MapR has pulled in $30 million in funding to accelerate the adoption of open-source computing framework Hadoop.
The Bitcoin exchange has recovered from bankruptcy and is ready for a relaunch.
Avis Budget Group officially signed the papers on its acquisition of Zipcar today. A few hours later, the ride-sharing company's chief executive resigned.
One of Uber's contracted limo drivers is accused of raping a 20-year-old female passenger in Washington D.C., and the community wants to know if hired-car services are conducting reliable background checks on their drivers.
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Data nerds will benefit from the batch of updates to BigQuery, a web service that lets developers perform interactive analysis of massive datasets.
Education is already accessible online. Now it's going open source too.
For the next office hours on March 28, we're extending the invite to health and med-tech startup founders.
HG Data uses a data-driven approach to help salespeople build lists of potential enterprise customers, and is ready to disrupt the legacy IT market.
Pearson-backed edtech startup Alleyoop is closing down effective March 31.
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