Webware Radar: Stickam brings streaming to Java-enabled phones

Also: Picnik inks a deal with Wetpaint publishing services; Cooliris raises $15 million; and Collective Media raises $20 million in funding.

Online streaming video service Stickam announced that its offering is now available to all Java-enabled phones. Users will be able to stream video over the Web from their mobile phones with the help of the company's app, Stickam Mobile. According to the company, Stickam Mobile is now available to more than 100 Java-enabled devices, including models from RIM, LG, Nokia, and HTC. The Android-based G1 from T-Mobile is also supported.

Online photo-editing service Picnik announced Monday that it has inked a deal with social-publishing platform Wetpaint. According to the company, Wetpaint's publishing offering will now feature Picnik's photo-editing services. Once Wetpaint users click "edit photo," they will have full access to Picnik's tools. The integrated service is available now to all Wetpaint users.

Cooliris, a company that provides online 3D services, announced that it has raised $15 million in its second round of funding. The round was led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers. It plans to use the funding to expand its new "3D Wall" service, which allows users to browse media online in 3D.

Online ad network Collective Media announced that it has closed a $20 million round of funding. The round was led by Accel Partners. The company plans to use the funding to "fuel organic growth" and explore acquisitions both domestically and abroad. So far, there is no word on possible acquisition targets Collective Media might be courting.

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