Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) has acquired a San Diego startup that invented new sensor technology for precisely tracking changes in direction, according to two industry experts who would only discuss the deal anonymously.
The Mountain View, CA-based technology giant agreed to... Read more »
A 14-year-old nanotechnology company building a new type of computer memory with a material that is stronger than steel and less dense than aluminum has raised $31.5 million in a Series E round of funding.
Nantero, based in Woburn,... Read more »
As has been the case the past few years, the annual American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting, which just wrapped up in Chicago, was the latest referendum on immunotherapy. But this year, not only did the meeting feature scientific developments for... Read more »
Galvanize is going global—and Google is giving it a hand.
The Denver-based education startup/co-working chain/early stage venture fund announced this morning it will begin offering classes in London. Galvanize is working with Google on the project, and the classes will be... Read more »
Saranas, a Houston medical device company, expects to announce this week that it has raised $2.35 million to further develop a souped-up sheath that can detect blood leaks caused by catheters in real time.
The funding came from existing investors, including members... Read more »
Bioptigen, a medical device firm that developed and commercialized a non-invasive scanning technology for ophthalmic procedures, has caught the eye of a German diagnostics company now set to buy the startup.
Leica Microsystems has announced a definitive agreement to acquire... Read more »
Kleanthis Xanthopoulos, who has served more than seven years at the helm of San Diego microRNA drug developer Regulus Therapeutics (NASDAQ: RGLS) unexpectedly resigned as CEO and from the company’s board, according to a statement from the company.
The company... Read more »
“There should be more connectivity in the app world,” says Button CEO and co-founder Michael Jaconi. “We’re trying to solve that.”
On Monday, his New York-based startup announced its software was being used in a partnership that gives people the ability... Read more »
There is a tyranny of choice when it comes to entertainment, says Viggle president and COO Greg Consiglio, and that compelled his company to think about working with much more than television.
New York-based Viggle (Nasdaq: VGGL) developed an app and... Read more »
Udemy, the San Francisco-based online education marketplace, said today it has raised $65 million to expand its international course offerings in subjects ranging from Web development to writing and other skills that can lead to higher earnings.
Udemy CEO Dennis... Read more »