There wasn't much big news today in the tech world today, but the deals kept flowing. Surprisingly, our most popular funding story of the day happened to be the smallest deal -- people just can't get enough of privacy solutions ahead of the NSA data snooping controversy.
The mayor San Francisco says 1,826 tech companies are in San Francisco, and he hopes more of them move to Twitter's neighborhood.
NASA today announced its 2013 Astronaut Candidate Class, drawing upon a pool of 6,000 candidates.
RetailMeNot, "the world's largest digital coupon marketplace," filed for a proposed initial public offering.
"Sure, you get 70 percent of your clicks in the first two days," Pinquora CEO Shara Verma told me last week.
Keaton Row is a fashion startup reigning in the "future of personal styling" with an online, affordable process that has customers spending 7x the average e-commerce customer, and coming back for more.
You gotta love security geeks -- they can make it so easy for you. At least, if you're a black hat hacker.
Health startup Medivo has raised $15 million to expand its health monitoring platform that connects doctors, consumers, and clinical labs.
Poster, an app that allows you to post articles on WordPress from you iOS device, has been acquired by WordPress.
Targeting the back-to-school shopping rush, Google announced today that its Chromebook computers will soon be headed to even more major retail stores.