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New Enterprise Associates (NEA), the Chevy Chase-based venture capital firm, has launched a new program aimed at designers launching mobile and web startups in New York.
Washington DC startup HomeSnap has got to be the best tool for those shopping for a new home.
Advanced attackers are increasingly exploiting the privileged communication channels that targets give their suppliers to launch attacks, according to US security firm, Mandiant.
New Enterprise Associates (NEA), the Chevy Chase-based venture capital firm, has co-led a new $2.7 million round of funding for San Francisco-based DeveloperAuction, the creator of an online marketplace designed to help developers find job opportunities at tech companies.
The Herndon-based Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) said on Thursday that it will sponsor Startup Weekend events this spring in Charlottesville, Harrisonburg, Roanoke and Fredericksburg.
Canvas, an “open source” program created by a company called Instructure, is set to replace Blackboard in spring 2014.
Homesnap is a Washington, DC-based startup that is hoping to shake things up for home buyers by offering the first mobile-first solution in the category.
Herndon-based cybersecurity company Endgame Inc. has closed on a $23 million investment from new and existing investors, and it is getting a former National Security Agency head as a board member.
Sawbuck Realty has launched their iPhone app, HomeSnap, and closed a new $2M round of funding, led by DC-based real estate investor Robert Stewart.
Guest Danny Boice, co-founder and CTO, Speek, Washington, D.C.: So I go to South by Southwest. It’s my third or fourth time, whatever. I figure I’ll go, pimp Speek out, and grab some drinks.