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CloudPassage, a security SaaS company, completed a Series A round of financing led by Benchmark Capital.
Digitalsmiths, provider of video search and discovery products, closed an oversubscribed $12.5 million expansion financing round led by Technicolor, with all existing investors participating.
Milk, a new development company from Kevin Rose, has raised a $1.5 million round from an epic list of angel investors.
OfferedApp features a new paid app each day, ranging from $0.99 to $9.99, and users choose from among several advertiser offers to complete, after which, OfferedApp sends you the app as a gift to your email.
Hotel information and search site Oyster.com received a $7.5 million investment from The Travel Channel, marking a new partnership that brings Oyster content to the TV network.
PapayaMobile, a social gaming network for Android, secured $18 million in a round of Series B funding led by Keytone Ventures and DCM.
SignalSet, developer of the first solution that allows enterprises to deploy and control wireless devices capable of remotely switching between GSM and CDMA networks in real-time, secured $6 million from Vanedge Capital, Point B Capital, Globespan Capital Partners and Razorback Capital.
Babysitter and nanny service finder Sittercity raised $22.6 million in funding led by New World Ventures and Baird Venture Partners, with participation from Apex Venture Partners, I2A and Point Judith Capital.
Cloud-based business execution software company SuccessFactors agreed to acquire learning management system Plateau for $145 million in cash and $145 million in stock. The deal is expected to close in summer 2011.
RIM acquired Tungle.me, a scheduling application that syncs with any calendar.
John Schappert, chief operating officer at Electronic Arts, has left his position at the classic gaming company to lead Zynga’s game division, according to reports.
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