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.
ZenPayroll raises $60M from Google Capital and others
San Francisco-based ZenPayroll announced it’s raised $60 million in funding led by Google Capital — not Google Ventures. According to ZenPayroll chief executive Joshua Reeves: “We are building a future where everyone can reach their fullest potential at work…We are excited to benefit from the talent, passion and strategic expertise of Google’s technology and product leaders.”
Read more: Press release
Android cofounder’s hardware incubator raises $48M
Today news broke that Andy Rubin’s (not yet launched) incubator for hardware startups has secured $48 million in funding. Rubin, the cofounder of Android, left Google in October to start the incubator.
Read more: Fortune
CoreOS was bold enough to set out and build a new server operating system. Today, the startup is announcing that it’s been funded again, with a $12 million round, and it’s launching a new product called Tectonic that companies can use to run applications in Linux containers.
Medical imaging analysis startup Zebra Medical Vision gets $8M
Israeli startup Zebra Medical Vision, a startup that has built a system that applies machine learning to medical imaging research, today announced an $8 million seed round. Khosla Ventures led the round. DeepFork Capital and Salesforce chief executive Marc Benioff also participated. The startup today launched a closed beta program for its system.
KPCB-backed messaging app TextPlus secures $6.9M
Calling and messaging app TextPlus has raised at least $6.9 million in funding, a public filing with the SEC shows. We’ve reached out to the company for more details on the round. Previous backers of the Marina del Rey, California-based company include Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers and Matrix Partners.
Read more: SEC filing
This list will be updated with breaking funding news all day. Check back for more.