$2.6M Helps Healionics Heal, Uptake Takes In $3M, BlueKai Gets $10.5M Boost, & More Seattle-Area Deals News

12/16/08Follow @gthuang

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information on ski-resort conditions. The application is available on the iPhone, Blackberry, and Windows Mobile devices.

—Seattle startup Yapta, an online travel service that tracks airfares for consumers, raised $2.7 million from undisclosed sources. The funding round is still open, so that figure could change in the coming weeks.

—Digital-music startup Melodeo, based in Seattle, has partnered with the Salvation Army to deliver a software application for the iPhone that streams a selection of holiday tunes to your phone. The application costs $2.99, with proceeds going to the charity.

—Redmond, WA-based Healionics, which develops bioengineered materials to promote healing around implantable medical devices, raised $2.6 million in its second round of angel financing, as Luke reported. The funding comes from the Alliance of Angels, Bellingham Angels, Keiretsu Forum, and other investors.

—SplashCast, an online content-syndication startup in Portland, OR, has partnered with video service Hulu to distribute TV shows and other content on Facebook and MySpace. SplashCast’s software will syndicate new episodes directly to viewers’ social-network pages. Financial terms of the partnership were not disclosed.

—Portland, OR-based Ontier, a startup developing software for business communication, landed new investors and board members Les Fahey of Fahey Ventures and Paul Gulick, the co-founder of InFocus. The amount of the investment was not disclosed.

Gregory T. Huang is Xconomy's Deputy Editor, National IT Editor, and the Editor of Xconomy Boston. You can e-mail him at gthuang@xconomy.com. Follow @gthuang

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