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.

Gogoro raises $100M

Gogoro, a startup debuting its electric scooter and battery-swapping stations at this year’s CES in Las Vegas, has quietly raised $100 million in new funding, bringing its total to $150 million.

Read more: Press release

Ruby Receptionists grabs $38.8M

Ruby Receptionists, a company that provides virtual receptionists to companies, announced it has raised $38.8 million in new funding. Updata Partners bought a majority stake in the company through the deal.

Read more: Portland Business Journal

iSight Partners raises $30M

iSight Partners, a company providing cyber threat intelligence to large enterprises, announced it has raised $30 million in new funding. Bessemer Venture Partners led the round.

Read more: Press release

Mubi’s ‘Netflix for cinephiles’ movie service nabs $15M in funding and arrives on Chromecast

While Netflix and similar subscription video-on-demand (VoD) services are great for bulk-watching Breaking Bad-type “box sets” and seeking out classicmovies and TV shows, finding good content to watch can be difficult. And this is where Mubi has been carving out its niche in recent years. In the simplest terms, Mubi can best be described as like a Netflix specifically for indie, cult, and classic movies. With a human-curated approach and only 30 films available at any given time, Mubi is designed to make the decision-making process simpler for subscribers.

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X.ai grabs $9.2M

X.ai, a startup building an artificial intelligence-based virtual assistant for scheduling meetings via email, announced it has raised $9.2 million in new funding. FirstMark Capital led the round, with additional participation from IA Ventures, Softbank Capital and Pritzker Group Venture Capital.

Read more: Press release

Iskn raises $2M for its iPad cover that turns your handwriting into a digital document

As much as some of us hate to admit it, paper is still around despite the fact that we live in the “digital age.” Iskn (pronounced “i-skin”), a French startup that raised previously just under $350,000 on Kickstarter, built an iPad cover that digitizes whatever someone writes on a piece of good old-fashioned paper, is announcing today that it has raised $2 million in seed funding.

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Accion Systems grabs $2M

Accion Systems, a company building propulsion systems for satellites, announced it has raised $2 million in seed funding. FF Science led the round, with additional participation from RRE Ventures, SDF Ventures, Founder Collective, Galvanize Ventures, Samuel Lessin, Slow Ventures, Tim Tokarsky, Rene Reinsberg, Marek Oszlewski, GettyLab and TechU Angels.

Read more: Press release

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