The medical appointment booking service plans to use the DST Global investment to expand its presence to more cities nationwide.
F-U-N-D-E-D is a regular column looking -- and sometimes laughing -- at what Silicon Valley has backed in the last week.
This story was updated to correct the specs of the lower-end GoPro camera.
The camera market is overcrowded with major players, but a small company called GoPro that makes cameras for action videos convinced venture capitalists it's got prospects.
Tilera, a company that supplies many-core processors, says it has raised an additional $45 million in financing.
O'Reilly and Hummer-Winblad have invested in a company aiming to help bring a snazzy interface to online publishing--both with apps and on the Web.
General Electric and VC partners to invest $55 million in 12 start-ups while GE to make $10 million to students to encourage training in electric power engineering.
New company gets funding to crunch data from meters and other sources to create energy efficiency profiles for utilities and to make data available for third-party app developers.
Silicon start-up Smooth-Stone seeks to use the power thriftiness of ARM processors to reduce the energy consumption at large data centers.
Niklas Zennström and Janus Friis' company Atomico is looking for early-stage companies that can provide "outsized returns."
CNET learns that the Series A round, which closed late last week, was led by First Round Capital and includes contributions from prominent Valley angel investors.