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.
Jawbone may raise as much as $300M
A report claims that Jawbone is close to raising “as much as $300 million” from BlackRock. This story follows an earlier report which claimed that Google might invest in Jawbone. These reports arrive at a difficult time for Jawbone; the company has experienced significant manufacturing delays in recent months.
Read more: Fortune
Kobalt Music, which uses a proprietary technology to speed up the collection of music royalties, has reportedly closed a $60 million series C round of financing from Google Ventures and Michael Dell.
According to Kobalt, which confirmed the investment to VentureBeat, the new funding brings the company’s total capital raised to $126 million.
Sols, a company that hopes to change the way you walk with 3D-printed insoles, has secured $11.1 million in funding from Founders Fund, Lux Capital, Tenaya Capital, and Melo7 Tech Partners. New York-based Sols has raised $19.3 million to date.
Craft marketplace company LoveCrafts raises $7.5M
Today LoveCrafts, operator of sites like LoveKnitting.com, announced a $7.5 million funding round from Balderton Capital. The London-based company has raised $10 million to date.
Read more: Startups.co.uk
PlayFab announced today that it raised $7.4 million in a series-A funding round. This brings total investment in the company to $9.9 million after about a year after its launch. The company provides game makers with cross-platform tools to keep live games running on PC, console, and mobile.
Atlas Obscura may not be on the top of your go-to sites for travel inspiration, but today the New York-based company announced its first significant round of external funding, garnering $2 million from a myriad of investors that include media companies such as The New York Times, VC funds such as New Atlantic Ventures, and angels such as Reddit’s Alexis Ohanian.
This list will be updated with breaking funding news all day. Check back for more.