PeopleLinx does metrics for LinkedIn -- definitely niche, but it's a niche where there's a lot of money to be mined, say investors.
Media businesses, especially those based online, count on a variety of sources of revenue to pay the bills, but not a lot of time to deal with the contractual agreements on an individual basis -- which is something newswire startup NewsCred is doing pretty well.
MessageMe has been busy since its launch a week and a half ago. The messaging application has been cut off from Facebook’s Open Graph, raised $1.9 million in seed funding, and attracted more than 1 million users
Vasona Networks has raised $12 million in fresh funding to help it continue to fix bandwidth problems plaguing mobile networks and smartphone owners.
Guess who just got $3.14 million dollars?
Brace yourselves for... AIRXP! We don't know much, but we do know it's already raised a million-dollar seed round while still in private alpha.
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.
A handful of investment firms: "Here's $11 million!" Oktogo: "Spasiba!"
This startup uses a semiconductor-based, single-molecule platform for genomic analysis -- and that's worth $20 million to a group of investors.
SwiftStack's software defined storage solution can run on commodity hardware, and is cheaper than building a storage system from scratch.
Web-performance monitoring startup Catchpoint Systems has raised $3.2 million in new funding that will help it better keep an eye on companies’ web services, APIs, DNS, and more.
It's a hunka hunka burning money, folks. And it's all about HTML5 for tablets and smartphones. Still got suspicious minds? Read on.
WayWire, the video startup that counts super-hero Newark, New Jersey mayor Cory Booker among its founders, has confirmed to VentureBeat that LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman is one of its angel investors.
Our regular Funding Daily reporter is off this week, sunning her hard-working carcass in Hawaii. You know what that means: No more witty headlines for you!
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.
The white-hot mobile developer company is stirring a $16 million pot with the help of a few major investment firms.
A huge sum of money, two computer-scientist founders with IT backgrounds, top-shelf investors ... all we're missing is WHAT BITGLASS ACTUALLY DOES. Sigh.
Mobile ads get a shot in the arm from Adcade's HTML5 tech. And Adcade gets a shot in the arm from a group of VC firms and angels.
The robots are looking over your shoulder, and you don't even recognize it. Enter MyPermissions, flush with a million clams and ready to smack those apps down.
Copy data management startup Actifio has raised $50 million in a new round of funding to help companies reduce the number of extra copies of data they need to operate.