We’ve got fat-filled sewers and fattened-up startups in today’s Funding Daily.
stories by Meghan Kelly
Sentinal Labs knows everything your computer is doing and can tell when that flow is being disrupted by something malicious.
Kids are given a huge advantage in the STEM world if they learn to code now.
Apple gave developers the latest test version of iOS 7 only a week after its last release — likely to make up for lost time after hack on the developer center.
Guest Post With technology, marketing has changed forever. Perhaps it’s time to start hiring “chief evangelists” instead of the traditional marketer.
FireEye, which uses virtual machines to monitor your network traffic, is headed to the public markets.
Here’s what it’s like to go to Def Con, the world biggest hacking conference.
Apple says “most remaining services” in its hacked developer center will be relaunched this week.
Even though they failed at passing major privacy legislation in their home state of Montana, two unlikely partners are trying to put out a bill that could be a model to the rest of the country.
Facebook’s bug bounty program is growing up and giving out lots of money.
Yes, if you can hack today’s human-controlled cars, imagine what you can do with the computers in a self-driving car.
Lookout Mobile just found what may be the most sophisticated mobile malware businesses operating today.
With future innovations on the line, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab head would love the public’s help. But there are some hurdles to clear first.
You’ve been told hundreds of times not to download apps from weird marketplaces. Here’s the scary proof of why.
NSA chief General Keith Alexander says the security community doesn’t know all the facts and needs to try and understand why the agency needs to conduct surveillance.
Twitter has responded to a petition saying the company needs to add a “report abuse” button to all of its Twitter account pages saying similar functionality is coming to its Web product soon.
While Bradley Manning was found not guilty of Aiding the Enemy, he was found guilty of most other charges.
One woman is saying Twitter needs to get their act together as more and more people get abused on the site.
Guest Post When technology starts reading our moods, devices will take on a whole new level of importance in our lives.
Two hackers discover a way to control your car’s brakes, steering, and much more.
Apple has restored a number of its dev center sites after taking them offline last week.
RSA has acquired Passban, a mobile technology that lets lock down apps and open them by proving your identity through voice and face recognition, traditional pins, and more.
Famed white hat hacker Barnaby Jack has passed away unexpectedly, only a week before he was expected to give a major presentation on a lethal pacemaker hack.
Today, New Jersey unsealed an indictment of five Eastern Europeans in the biggest credit card hacking scheme in the United States to date.
One poker player gambled and lost on a life of cybercrime.
Catbird, which provides security software for virtualized data centers, brought on $10 million in funding today.
“All four marketer segments are growing and contributing to our growth,” says Sandberg.
Life360 knows why Google is shutting down its location-sharing app latitude: niche products are winning over big “platform services.”
Walmart Labs purchased website optimizer Torbit today, one of many tech acquisitions the company has made in the last year.
Sometimes humans are born rich, unlike these companies.
OpenDNS, which wants to protect you from the many domain-oriented cyberattacks in the wild, got $9.26 million.
Editor’s Pick While reverse engineering is protected as fair use, Snapchat is using DMCA Section 1201 to tell one programmer his app based on a reverse engineering of Snapchat needs to be shut down.
On top of launching a new website, eBay Now is opening its delivery service to more areas around New York and San Francisco.
Apple may soon provide public transportation information in its Apple Maps app with the purchase of HopStop.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that law enforcement will first have to obtain a search warrant before getting cell phone tracking data.
RiskIQ says it will take care of watching what is “beyond the firewall” for your company. Today, it received $10 million in its first round of funding.
System admins say list of Congress passwords not legitimate.
When a liquor business and a wine company get funding in the same day, we couldn’t help but make this a boozy funding daily.
Guest Post When you’re on vacation you’re exposed to new kinds of security threats. Here’s how to stay safe.
Sometimes you just have to celebrate.