Social photo service Mobli has raised a handsome new $60 million round of funding, the company announced today.
“It’s great to see the next generation of entrepreneurs focus on the enterprise,” said Charles Beeler, cofounder of Icon Ventures. “Frankly, it’s a huge market opportunity.”
Today’s shockingly consistent round up of funding announcements!
CyPhy, a company that builds flying robots got $7 million today to, well, build freaking flying robots.
Zemanta, a startup that provides tools for online publishers, has secured a new $2 million round of funding, the company announced today.
MyWebRoom, a web-based content discovery app, raised $2.8 million today, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Do you know what an air compressor sounds like? DO YOU?
With this app, college students can download class schedules to their smartphones, since Super’s back-end system is connected with the administration systems of universities.
Inside: Our frighteningly consistent round up of the day’s funding announcements.
Strategic Polymer Sciences, a company the produces sensory-feedback technology, has closed a new $8 million round of funding today.
Snapchat doesn’t make money. It is “kind of” private. It is incredibly addictive. It might be worth $4 billion by the end of this week.
Video editing startup Magisto has closed a new $13 million round of funding that includes a pair of somewhat unlikely investors from the hardware technology world.
Kyron’s founder and CEO is Louis Monier, the former CTO of the search engine AltaVista.
North Bridge Growth Equity closed $580 million to fuel its second big investment fund, which it announced earlier today.
This startup maintains a suite of news apps that aggregate content from trustworthy sources in journalism — the Associated Press, the Financial Times — as well as online outlets like the Huffington Post.
Mubi has raised a new $5.1 million investment for its social networking service for film lovers, according to a SEC document filed last week.
Outbrain, the content recommendation/advertising firm, announced a new $35 million round of funding today.
Sqrrl wants to help regular private-sector enterprises take advantage of the majorly scalable and powerful NoSQL database created by the National Security Agency.
Struggling students use OneClass to get a third party perspective on their notes. The company received $1.6 million in funding today to help them get to those A’s.
Telly, the video discovery service formerly called TwitVid, has raised a fresh $3.4 million investment, according to an SEC document filed today.
It sucks when your Wi-Fi goes down. Sometimes you can’t load YouTube, sometimes you can’t post on Facebook, sometimes you can’t look up that patient’s file to make sure they’re not allergic to the drug you’re about to pump in them.
Vox Media is raising $40 million in a round led by Silicon Valley venture firm Accel Partners, a huge sum of money for a new media company.
Believe it or not, there is some drah-mah in the cloud-accounting industry. Oh, yeah, we’re talking dollars and data centers, here, people.
Hardware has a big showing in this day’s roundup.
Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce company that became the biggest online retailer on the planet last year, has invested most of a massive new $206 million funding round in ShopRunner, a rival to Amazon.com.
Josh James took Omniture public and sold it for $1.8 billion. VentureBeat sat down with James in Park City, Utah, to learn more about Domo, his mysterious new venture.
Editor's Pick Break out the brats and beer: mobile security company Lookout Mobile just announced another huge distribution partnership with Deutsche Telekom — and received $55 million from the German telco and Peter Thiel.
Satellite service startup Dauria Aerospace closed a new $20 million round of funding, the company announced yesterday.
Today wasn’t all about San Francisco and Silicon Valley — oh, no. The two biggest deals that crossed our radar were for technologies in India and space, in that order. We also saw a flurry of activity over a Chicago startup, as well.
Today, we kick off funding daily with a fountainhead of $4 billion raised by VCs over the past three months. That’s not just tech VCs; it includes all industries and sectors, from biomedical engineering to brick-and-mortar retail and beyond.
EyeQuant, a spin-off from the University of Osnabrück, predicts where users will look in the first three seconds of a website visit. All that’s needed is a URL or uploaded image.
Wrike, a startup that produces project management software, has secured a new $10 million round of funding to help grow the business, the company announced today.
Academia.edu today secured $11.1 million in venture funding to grow its website for people to post studies and groundbreaking ideas. Chief executive Richard Price plans to build an algorithm to surface the top-quality research.
Please don’t give that sketchy dude at the bar your number — there are apps for that. Burner is one of them, and it got $2 million for its disposable phone number app today.
LoveLive, a startup that helps artists and record labels manage their music licenses, has secured a £1.7 million (or about $2.7 million) round of funding, the company announced today.
Editor’s Pick Practice Fusion raised a $70 million fourth round of funding this morning, a few months after we reported series D talks.
AngelList, a social network of sorts for startups and founders, has raised a new $24 million round of funding.
Cofounders Hamish Brocklebank and Nicolas Philippe started the company two years ago, as they didn’t believe that students should have to pay for academic content.
Social engagement service Gigya closed a new $25 million round of funding, the startup announced today.
Editor’s Pick The Node community will decide who is the real force behind Node. Not a group of VCs, not one mouthy reporter, and not a pair of developers who clearly have a lot of passion for the project but little respect for its origins.