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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.

Iconiq Capital leads a $30M round for construction app Procore

Construction app maker Procore Technologies announced today that it raised $30 million in a funding round led by Iconiq Capital. Procore is a tool that allows construction managers to access drawings, contracts, and projects via their cloud-based software.

The company said it’s “the only holistic cloud-based construction management software platform on the market” and that it plans to use the funds from the round to grow and invest in mobile.

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Malware protection company Menlo Security takes in $25M

Menlo Security announced today it took in $25 million from Sutter Hill Ventures and existing investors General Catalyst, Osage University Partners, and Engineering Capital. Along with the funding announcement, the company leaves stealth mode with the launch of its malware-fighting Isolation Platform. Menlo says its technology “eliminates the threat of malware from key attack vectors, including Web and email, and transforms the current model for preventative security.”

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Colabo scores $7M to build a bigger bridge between CRMs and social networks

Colabo wants to be the bridge between the “old world” of customer relationship management (CRM) systems and the newer one of social networks, where many customers reside.

Today, the San Mateo, California-based company is announcing newly raised series A funding of $7 million to strengthen its role as a go-between. And it is unveiling a new integration with Oracle’s CRM that it hopes will give it a leg up.

The round was led by Marker LLC, with participation by Kaedan Capital and existing investors Paul Maritz, Ray Rothrock, and The Hive.

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Vinli raises $6.5M to connect cars with apps and Wi-Fi

Vinli, a platform for car apps, announced today that it raised $6.5 million led by Samsung Venture Investment Corporation. The startup offers car owners access to an app store that offers applications and services for their cars, such as high-speed Internet and roadside assistance. Cox Automotive, Continental, and The Westly Group also contributed to the round.

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Mobile marketing startup Dalia Research raises at least $1M

Berlin-based startup Dalia Research, a company that profiles and targets users for mobile marketing and opinion research, announced today it raised at least $1 million in a round led by Wellington Partners and IBB-Bet.

WestTech Ventures also participated in the round, along with other angel investors.

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