Saturday, 19 February 2011

Weekly Report(12-18 Feb 2011)

Doxo that provides service for paperless billing raised $10million in Series B funding. Mobile Tag, specialist in 2D and 1D barcode marketing solutions, grabbed funds. Damballa provides protection against cyber threats for enterprise networks as well as service providers raised funding. Kaltura- the open source online video platform provider, secured heavy amount of funding. Intel Capital invested heavy amounts in six different companies and Kaltura is one of them! Virtue which provides tools to marketers of business of any size to utilize social media to the best secured funds. Catch- the provider for taking and synchronizing notes on Android and Apple devices, caught funding this week. We've still more on deals!! Campus Dibs got angel funded; it offers group deals. It has campus specific deals too. TuneUp grabbed some funds at the closure of its series C round. It provides the most popular plugin for iTunes, TuneUp. It provides music management and discovery tools. Should we expecting better cleanup of no/wrongly labeled tracks soon?

Motorola acquired 3LM, Three Laws Mobility which has enterprise solution for Android. Intel acquired Silicon Hive that provides parallel processing technology and multimedia solutions. Constant Contact bought social CRM Bantam Live. Collaboration is the key feature of its solutions. NordStorm which offers apparel, shoes, jewelry, accessories and related items for one and all acquired HauteLook- it provides online and limited period sale events on top fashion brands. What a coincidence- both the sites are using Flash ;)

You lost Credit Card? Suspicious Charges? No Worries now. ClairMail's Fraud Solution can help you. It has rolled out a new product to help you in such troubles. On Chrome front you'll enjoy the real mix of TechCrunch posts- Tech Collage app! Google has made the developer preview of Chrome Web Store available in 16 countries now, previously it was US only.

FarmVille and CityVille company Zynga has become second most valued gaming company($10 billion), next to Activision Blizzard at the top.

After Apple announced a new subscription service for all publishers of content-based apps, we got to hear about more publisher friendly Google One Pass!

A mixed bag this week!

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