Here’s a list of today’s tech funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share.

Teespring nabs $35M because t-shirts last longer than tweets

Well-known VC names are giving big dollars to a t-shirt company. Seriously. Teespring, a company that, from the outside, looks like a Kickstarter for custom t-shirt designs, is announcing today that it has raised a whopping $35 million in new funding from Khosla Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz.

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Document security startup Veradocs raises $14M in preparation for 2015 launch

Still in stealth, secure document software company Veradocs has raised $14 million since its founding in January and is launching a private beta of its product, the company announced today. Though there are many companies that help corporate consumers send protected documents, few are platformless. Veradocs is geared toward users who already have accounts with Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, and One Drive but need a way to maintain privacy control over those documents.

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Redbooth takes $11M to sell task tracking, file storage, & video chat software to your company

Redbooth, a startup with software that employees can use to manage and communicate about projects, has raised an $11 million funding round. Word of the new round came in the form of a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing today. The startup integrates with cloud-storage tools from Google, Box, and Dropbox, and it offers an application programming interface (API) developers can use to tie Redbooth into other software. But part of the appeal of Redbooth is its wide portfolio, which features file storage, chat, high-definition video conferencing, and project management tools — for a price that won’t make a company bankrupt.

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Menlo Security grabs $10.5M

Menlo Security, a stealth company working on a product to help protect against advanced malware threats, announced it has raised $10.5 million in new funding. General Catalyst Partners led the round, with additional participation from Osage University Partners.

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Cue nabs $7M

Cue, a startup developing a device that analyzes saliva, a blood droplet, or nasal swab to measure five health indicators, announced it has raised $7 million in new funding. SherpaVentures led the round, with current investor Immortalana also joining.

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Bloc lands $6M

Bloc, an company that provides an online curriculum for coding skills, announced it has raised $6 million in new funding. Shasta Ventures led the round.

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Dispatch raises $3.1M

Dispatch, a company that provides technology tools to businesses so they can provide on-demand services to their customers, announced it has raised $3.1 million in new funding. Dispatch raised its funding from Promus Ventures, GrandBanks Capital, Salesforce Ventures, Ray Lane, Mark Goldstein, Launch Capital, and Kima Ventures.

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Alfred raises $2M & launches in NYC to glue all your on-demand services together

New York is overrun with on-demand startups. Before San Francisco even wakes up, I can Wunwun my morning coffee, Postmates a fresh juice, Uber or Lyft a car to work, schedule lunch with Seamless, clean my apartment with Handy, get a desk massage with Priv, ship a package with Shyp, and the list goes on…. After a long day’s work, I can order groceries with Instacart, do my laundry with FlyCleaners, Minibar some ice-cold cider, retrieve something I forgot at work with Uber Rush, and even Push for Pizza if lifting a finger to cook proves too tiresome.

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Two-factor authentication firm Clef lands $1.6M, integrates with Touch ID

Two-factor authentication company Clef just raised a $1.6 million dollar round, according to a recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Clef stands apart from other two-factor authentication services by using barcode technology rather than password and PIN. Most two-factor authentication, like what Google and Twitter use, requires you sign in as you normally would with a username and password, then input a rotating four-digit PIN that’s been sent to your mobile phone by the application. With Clef, your phone scans a barcode that appears on your computer screen instead of requiring a traditional username and password.

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Soci raises $1.5M

Soci, a startup that helps brands and companies figure out what social content is working for their competitors, announced that it has raised $1.5 million in new funding. Peter Fisher led the round, with additional participation from Silicon Valley Growth Syndicate.

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Moonit Labs raises $1.5M

Moonit Labs, the startup behind Meet, a mobile app for social discovery of content, announced it has raised $1.5 million in new funding from undisclosed investors.

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