San Francisco, California-bases mobile betting startup YouBetMe is launching an app that helps keep track of casual bets, and is planning to raise Series A funding in the near future.
Japan-based games developer Cygames, the creator of top-grossing mobile game Rage of Bahamut, invested around $680,000 (JPY70 million) in Miracle Positive, the developer of Japanese indie game Airship Q.
Orlando, US-based online interactive education startup Treehouse launched a new course that aims to teach beginners how to create and design iPhone apps through tutorials and tests.
San Diego, US-based entrepreneur Ian Sells nabbed $50,000 on a Kickstarter campaign to fund the first batch of StrongVolt, a solar charger he created for smart devices.
American firm STOPit launched a mobile app that functions as a tool that students, parents, and schools can use to fight cyberbullying and report an incident to school officials, authorized adults, or law enforcers.
The co-founders of Bangalore, India-based offline search engine Innoz are seeking $500,000 in seed funding to build a rival app for Jelly which will target the US market.
Tel Aviv, Israel-based startup PowerUp Toys raised over $1 million via crowdfunding platform Kickstarter for a smartphone-controlled paperplane, with still eight days to go for the campaign.
California, US-based tech giant Apple Inc signed an agreement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to pay out at least $32.5 million as refund for the parents of kids who racked up big in-app charges without explicit consent.
Social media giant Facebook acquired New York, US-based social conversations platform Branch Media in a deal reportedly worth $15 million to form a Facebook Conversations group.
Tech giant Apple Inc did not infringe on a patented technology owned by Google to make the iPhone, according to the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
California, US-based innovative diabetes management startup Glooko landed $7 million in a funding round led by Samsung Venture Investment Company and Lifeforce Ventures to expand its predictive diabetes care service.
Singapore's National Research Foundation has poured in $500,000 in funding in health care startup Ring.MD to give Asian residents easier access to healthcare services online.
New York-based venture capital firm Zelkova Ventures and several angel investors have committed $2 million in seed funding for North Brooklyn on-demand laundry startup FlyCleaners.
Minnesota-based mobile device management software maker JAMF Software, which focuses exclusively on Apple gadgets, has raised USD30 million to drive product development and expand industry partnerships.
San Francisco-based gaming startup nWay has raised USD5 million in a funding round led by Translink Capital to build out its ChronoBlade massively multiplayer online (MMO) game.
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