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Citymapper

Citymapper takes in USD10 million Series A funding round

Citymapper has raised USD10 million Series A funding round led by Balderton Capital and other investors including Index Ventures, Greylock Partners and Connect Ventures.

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M87

Texas startup M87 closes $3M in Series A funding for 4G-bandwidth sharing project

Austin, US-based startup M87 closed $3 million in its Series A funding round led by Qualcomm Ventures, 21Vianet, and other angel investors to fund its 4G-bandwidth sharing project for mobile networks.

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Intellectual Ventures

Apple declined joining Intellectual Ventures

Apple Inc. refused to join Intellectual Ventures on a patent trolling operations, reported Gigaon.

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Savioke

California's Savioke nabs $2M in seed funding to build autonomous robots for the service industry

Sunnyvale, US-based autonomous robot maker nabbed $2 million in a seed funding round led by Morado Venture Partners to revolutionize the service industry including hospitals, offices, and care centers.

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OrCam

Intel to pour $15M into Israeli smarglasses startup OrCam

Intel Capital is planning to pour $15 million in funding into Jerusalem, Israel-based smartglasses maker to continue helping visually impaired people using the startup's product.

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Lemnos Labs

San Francisco incubator Lemnos Labs launches $20M fund to back hardware startups

San Francisco, US-based incubator launched a new $20-million venture capital fund to back early-stage hardware startups in the robotics, aerospace, agriculture, connected things, and transportation sectors.

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Verdasys

US data security firm Verdasys lands $12M in venture round as new CEO is named

Waltham, Massachusetts-based data security firm Verdasys landed $12 million in a new venture round for its market and product expansion as it named former McAfee executive Kenneth Levine as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

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VoltDB

US-based SQL database startup VoltDB raises $8M in Series B funding

Bedford, US-based SQL database startup VoltDB raised $8 million in a Series B funding round led by an unnamed investor from Silicon Valley to scale databases both up and out.

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Boxfish

US-based video discovery startup Boxfish bags $7M in Series B funding

Palo Alto, US-based video discovery startup Boxfish bagged $7 million in a Series B funding round led by Atlantic Bridge to beef up its workforce and expand into new markets.

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Wise.io

California machine learning startup Wise.io pockets $2.5M in Series A round

Berkeley, US-based machine learning startup Wise.io pocketed $2.5 million in its first round of funding which was led by Voyager Capital to let its clients build machine learning models for customer behavior analytics.

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HereO

UK startup HereO creates GPS watch to monitor kids

London, UK-based wearable tech startup HereO created a GPS watch with a kid-friendly and durable design that can help parents monitor their kids' location through the company's website or mobile app.

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YourTrove

LiveNation Labs adds US social search startup YourTrove to deliver improved concert experience

Los Angeles, California-based concert and ticketing digital unit LiveNation Labs added San Francisco-based social search startup for an undisclosed amount to deliver improved concert experience for music fans.

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Singularity University (SU)

US-based accelerator Singularity University to launch $50M venture fund to tackle world problems

California, US-based education center and accelerator Singularity Universtity (SU) will launch a $50-million venture fund later this year for robotics, biotech, and nanotech firms formedy by SU students and faculty.

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Adallom

US security startup Adallom bags $15M in Series B funding

Menlo Park, California-based security startup Adallom bagged $15 million in a Series B funding round led by Index Ventures to boost its sales presence and development projects.

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Nintendo Co

Nintendo to implement temporary eShop blackout to fix merger and high traffic woes

Japan-based gaming company Nintendo will temporarily take down its eShop for 12 hours beginning 4:00 pm Eastern Standard Time to remedy high traffic and merger issues, according to The Next Web.

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