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.

Google confirms it put $900M into SpaceX’s $1B round

It’s been three weeks since SpaceX confirmed its $1 billion funding roundled by Google and Fidelity. At the time, SpaceX said, “Google and Fidelity will collectively own just under 10% of the company.”

recent SEC filing from Google reveals just how much capital the company dropped on the deal: $900 million, confirming earlier reports.

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Wandera raises $18M to secure mobile devices

Today, mobile data security firm Wandera raised another $15 million towards its series B, for a total of $18 million. 83North led the round, which also saw participation from Bessemer Ventures. Wandera’s cloud based technology secures mobile apps as well as content requests from enterprise employees. The new funding will help the company expand its enterprise software across North America and Europe.

Furniture marketplace Move Loot raises $9M

Calling itself “the first full-service online marketplace for pre-owned home goods,” San Francisco-based Move Loot today announced a $9 million round led by Metamorphic Ventures. Some other big VC names, including First Round, Index, Great Oaks, IDG, and Sherpa Ventures, also participated. The startup was previously backed by YCombinator and Google Ventures.

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3D printing startup New Matter raises $6.5M

Today New Matter, a Pasadena, California-based 3D printing company, announced a $6.5 million funding round led by Alsop Louie Partners — a venture firm which has previously backed startups like Twich and Wickr. New Matter says it will launch its product, “the most affordable consumer 3D printer,” during the third quarter of this year.

Grapevine raises $1.1M to grow some more YouTube product stars

Among its other incarnations, YouTube has become a marketplace for over-caffeinated types who can’t wait to show you something new they just got.

Put brand products in their hands, and you have the business model of Boston-based Grapevine. It’s a model that has just attracted $1.1 million in seed funding.

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