Wing Venture Partners, a new group dedicated to cloud, mobile and data startups, just disclosed that it’s got some additional money to dole out.
With the new cash injection, Housing.co.in cofounder Advitiya Sharma hopes to expand his technology and data sciences teams.
New York City-based mobile ad startup Dobleas has emerged out of stealth with a $5.4 million investment from FreakOut, a Japanese digital marketing company.
A roundup of today’s funding news, presented with numbers, letters, and song.
Cloud management software startup OnApp has raised $20 million in funding, cash it hopes will help expand its product offerings into more countries.
London is heating up as an international hub of technology innovation in today’s round up of funding news.
Busuu, a startup with a free tool for you to master a new language, has raised its first round of funding.
DNS and enterprise email delivery service Dyn has raised its first-ever funding round with $38 million from North Bridge.
The Silicon Valley makers of iPhone application Ness, a scientifically tuned search engine for discovering what to eat, have received a five-star, $15 million review from investors.
Magnet Systems didn’t just win over the financial backing of Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC, it actually scored more than $47 million in new funding with help from existing investor Andreessen Horowitz. That’s one money magnet.
It was a bit quiet on the funding front today, but several companies managed to raise capital. China’s largest wiki and a data monitoring company were among those raking in the cash. Check them out below.
Dan Serfaty, CEO Viadeo
Skout CTO Niklas Lindstrom and CEO Christian Wiklund
Clearspring Technologies, the creator of the AddThis social content sharing platform, can now add this to its list of accomplishments: $20 million in series D funding in a round led by Institutional Venture Partners (IVP).Clearspring’s existing investors also participated in the round.