SpectraLinear, the Santa Clara start-up that builds the internal timing devices for computers, has raised $6.4 million in additional second round funding funding, according to a regulatory filing. Last month, the company reported raising $14 million. The new shareholder listed on the filing is Cypress Semiconductor.
PixSense, a service that lets you automatically save and store your mobile phone photos — without the pain of syncing with a PC — has just raised $5.4 million in a first round of funding.
Solid Information Technology, a Cupertino database company that has raised at least $70 million since its founding in 1997, said it has raised â‚¬4 million more in additional financing to help it deliver its open source database products to large companies.
MakeMyTrip.com, the Indian travel site, has raised $13 million in a second round of funding amid robust growth, according to The Economic Times.
Ever gone online to make a big-dollar purchase — a phone, a computer for example — and gotten almost to the end, but then aborted because you still had questions?
Chelsey Henry, a Seattle maker of stylish women’s bags, has raised $1.2M in a second round of venture capital that could eventually total $1.6M.