Thursday, September 29, 2005
InTouch Technologies Raises $12.1M
Santa Barbara-based InTouch Technologies has raised $12.1M in Series C funding. InTouch develops remote presence technology for healthcare providers. Funding came from Galen Partners, and included participation from existing investors Acacia Venture Partners and InvestCare Partners LP. The company has raised a total of $19.8M in venture funding. David W. Jahns and and William D. Williams of Galen Partners have joined the company's board. InTouch is developing a robotic-based, remote healthcare s (More info...)

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Internet Brands Buys
Internet Brands (formerly CarsDirect) has acquired, a web site focused on providing information to home buyers and sellers. Terms were not disclosed. The web site adds the consumer web site to Internet Brands recent expansion into home finance and real estate. Internet Brands currently runs,, and provides monthly analysis of the real estate market, articles into home buying and selling, various mortgage and real estate c (More info...)

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Los Angeles-based social networking portal said this morning that it is aiming at the college market with a new set of features. The company has rolled out the ability to rate professors, list courses, connect with classmates, and list Greek affiliations on its web site. The move puts it into competition with popular sites like thefacebook, which connect college students with classmates, and recent controversial site, a site which allows students to rate their pro (More info...)

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Cerebra Adds To Technology Advisory Board
Carlsbad-based Cerebra has added a new member to its Technology Advisory Board. Jim Hendler, a professor at the University of Maryland, and Director of the Joint Institute for Knowledge Discovery, is joining the company's advisory board. Cerebra is developing semantic technology products used for information classification. The company's technology is used for World Wide Web and XML data description.

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