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What you need to know - Tuesday 9/21/10

Angie's list raises $22.5 million, Twitters security flaws and Nokia delays release

Technology trends and news by Katie Gatto
September 21, 2010 | Comments
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Twitter's security flaw creates a browser vulnerability. This flaw uses the onMouseOver Javascript function.


Nokia delayed the release of its N8 phone to October. The release did not specify the new date of launch.

 

Fuze brings its software to the iPad. The mobile meeting software allows for intergration with services like AIM, Yahoo, Google.

 

Move buys ListHub for $13 million. The ListHub management team will remain.

 

Social Vest launched its site. The site, which allows users to shop online and make a charitable contributions, just launched into public beta.

Quintic Corp raised $4.1 million. The company, which makes chips for wireless consumer products, did not release the source of the funding.

Sand Force raised $25 million in its D Series funding.The round was led by Canaan Partners.


Mail.com Media Services has sold Mail.com. The purchase was made for an undisclosed amount, by United Internet Group.


Facebook censors a groups page. The group in question, Boycott Target Until They Cease Funding Anti-Gay, have had sections of their account disabled.


Angie's List announced that it's raised $22.5 million from what they called, “multiple institutional investors”. While all of the investors are not named,  Silicon Valley based firm Battery Ventures was involved in the funding.


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