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Atlanta deal site Scoutmob is raising up to $10 million. And it's turned to buzzy online investor network AngelList for some of it.
CrowdOptic, a maker of crowd-powered mobile and wearable applications as seen at popular sporting events, today announced it has received funding to ramp up sales and marketing of its software, which curates and broadcasts live streaming video from Google Glass and other smart devices to stadium scoreboards, fan mobile devices and live TV.
Baltimore is going to become a larger hub for education technology companies as students turn more to online courses and school systems look to mine reams of data to better measure student outcomes.
GSV Capital Corp. announced that it has entered into a new $18 million senior secured credit facility with Silicon Valley Bank.
AOL said on Thursday it will pay $90.7 million to acquire Gravity, a California-based developer of "interest graphs" that let publishers personalize content based on individuals' interests, preferences and habits.
New Enterprise Associates (NEA), the Chevy Chase-based venture capital firm, has invested in New York-based Kensho, developer of a cloud-based system capable of answering complex financial and market research questions posed in natural language.
Venga recently closed a $1 Million Series A round from VCs and Restaurateurs led by Militello Capital and including Think Food Group (Jose Andre’s restaurant group) and Big Red Ventures (Cornell University’s venture fund), among others.
Acentia, a premier provider of technology and management solutions to public sector healthcare and Federal Government civilian customers, today announced a partnership with AnyPresence, a leading enterprise mobile development platform.
Edison Ventures announced that IBM acquired Fiberlink, based in Blue Bell, PA.
The Herndon-based Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) said on Wednesday it has invested an unspecified amount in Arlington-based PerformYard, a developer of performance management software for employees ands teams.