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Unity aims at VR with $181 million

The San Francisco-based tech company raises money to help developers bring games to the growing market of virtual and augmented reality.

By July 13, 2016

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Reporters' Roundtable: CES, where new technology fights for deals

There's more happening at CES than just big companies launching giant new product lines. Each year, startups vie for attention from consumer electronics partners and from investors who attend the show. Discussing this topic with Rafe Needleman: CNET's Paul Sloan and VC Josh Stein from DFJ.

By January 14, 2012

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Ep. 105: CES, where new technology fights for deals.

There's more happening at CES than just big companies launching giant new product lines. Each year, startups vie for attention from consumer electronics partners and from investors who attend the show. Discussing this topic with Rafe Needleman: CNET's Paul Sloan and VC Josh Stein from DFJ.

By January 13, 2012

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Ember picks up $3 million

Ember, which has attracted 3Com founder Bob Metcalfe as a board member and investor, announced on Monday that it has received a $3 million seed round. Polaris Venture Partners led the round, which also included investments from DFJ New England and Stata Venture Partners. Cambridge, Mass.-based Ember is developing hardware and software to create the technology to operate a wireless network for devices. Robert Poor, Ember founder and chief technology officer, said networking micro-controllers are built into everyday devices from TV remotes to appliances, but the ability to network these devices is absent. He added that Ember is working on developing a wireless device networking standard that can be used by device manufacturers, which will test the technology in the next six months. Ember launched its business with patented MIT Media Laboratory technology. See complete list.

By August 6, 2001