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.

Hampton Creek, changing the world one plant-based mayo jar at a time, gets $90M

Startup Hampton Creek has a lofty goal. It desires to “reshape this crazy, bizarre food system in a way that actually works for people,” according to founder and chief executive Josh Tetrick. And you can’t necessarily do that on the cheap.

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Redfin Announces $70.9 Million Investment Led by Large Institutional Investors Including Wellington Management

Redfin (, the customer-first real estate brokerage, today announced an investment of $70.9 million, led by large institutional investors including Wellington Management Company, LLP, as well as Glynn Capital Management, LLC. Other key investors include Brothers Brook, LLC, an investment firm led by Jeffery Boyd, chairman of the board of directors of The Priceline Group; and Annox Capital Management, led by Redfin board director Bob Mylod. Funds and accounts managed by T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. and Tiger Global Management, LLC, who were among the investors from Redfin’s $50 million funding round in November 2013, are also participating.

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Mixpanel grabs $65M from Andreessen Horowitz to fund acquisitions and an R&D team

Mixpanel, the little wonder of A/B testing, has raised a staggering $65 million in new funding. Raised entirely from existing investor Andreessen Horowitz at a $865 million post-money valuation, the new round comes a whole two-and-a-half years after Mixpanel’s last round in 2012.

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Skytap raises $35M

Skytap, a company providing tools for software development, and cloud-based infrastructure, announced it has raised $35 million in new funding. Insight Venture Partners led the round, with additional participation from all existing investors, including OpenView Venture Partners, Ignition Partners, Madrona Venture Group, and Washington Research Foundation.

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SoloHealth is raising another $15M for its consumer biometric health kiosks

Those sit-down-and-get-checked health kiosks you see in grocery and drug stores are becoming a thing. SoloHealth‘s says its brand of the health kiosks are being used by 130,000 people every day. The kiosks are in 3,500 Walmart, Sam’s Club, and Safeway stores.

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Expect Labs raises $13M

Expect Labs, a company providing intelligent voice interfaces for applications and devices, announced it has raised $13 million in new funding. IDG Ventures and a subsidiary of USAA led the round, with additional funding from Intel Capital, Samsung Ventures, Telefónica Digital, Liberty Global Ventures, Fenox Ventures, Westcott LLC, and Quest Venture Partners.

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Open Garden grabs $10.8M to help you communicate even without Internet

Bluetooth Low Energy has made some pretty wonderful things possible: finding your house keys and getting smartphone notifications on a fancy ring, for example. And now a startup called Open Garden is using the technology to let you message with others when Internet is not available. Open Garden announced $10.8 million in new funding today. It also announced that it’s launching a few new features in its FireChat app to enable better group chat, including following other users.

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P97 Networks Closes $8 Million Series A Funding Round Led by Emerald Technology Ventures and ATAPCO

P97 Networks, developers of PetroZone, a cloud based mobile commerce and behavioral marketing platform for the convenience and fuel retailing industry, announced today the closing of an $8 million Series A funding. The round was led by Emerald Technology Ventures, a globally recognized investor in the areas of energy, advanced materials, water technologies and industrial IT. Charles Vaslet, Partner at Emerald Technology Ventures has joined P97’s Board of Directors. American Trading and Production Corporation (ATAPCO) also participated in the Series A round alongside other new and existing investors. The investment will be used to accelerate product development, sales and marketing for P97.

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GameAnalytics raises $5.5M and hires new CEO

GameAnalytics has raised $5.5 million in a new round of funding and appointed a new CEO. Luke Aviet, the former managing director of AOL, will replace cofounder Morten Wulff as chief executive of GameAnalytics, a free analytics platform for game developers. The conmpany focuses on giving developers a good look at what their players are doing from a variety of perspectives — data that’s key in the multibillion dollar industry that rakes in more money annually than Hollywood does.

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