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    Friday, February 15, 2013
    SideCar Buys Heyride
    San Francisco-based SideCar said this week that it has acquired Heyride, the developer of a mobile ridesharing application, based in Austin. Financial terms of the buy were not disclosed. SideCar said the buy will extend its community and operations to Austin, ahead of SXSSW. SideCar is venture backed by Lightspeed Venture Partners, Google Ventures, SV Angel, Lerer Ventures, Huron River Ventures, and Spring Ventu (More info...)

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    HStreaming Snags Funding
    San Francisco-based HStreaming, which develops big data analytics software, has raised a funding round from Atlas Venture, the firm said Thursday. Financial details of the funding was not disclosed. HStreaming said it is working on low latency, big data analytics aimed at government, telcos, adtech, and finance. The firm is led by Jana Uhlig.

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    Capsilon Buys DocVelocity
    San Francisco-based Capsilon, a developer of cloud-based document sharing and related products for mortgage lenders, has acquired DocVelocity, a document imaging business for mortgage lenders, from Flagstar Bancorp. Financial terms of the buy were not announced. Flagstar said the deal included the assets and operations of DocVelocity, whose technology was developed by Capsilon.

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    Odyssey Thera Gets $2.8M In Funding
    San Ramon-based Odyssey Thera, a developer of technology which measures disease pathways in human cells, said Thursday that it has raised $2.8M in funding. The funding came from HBM Partners, Burrill & Company, and Lonza. According to Odyssey, the new funding will go towards advancement and commercialization of its technology. Odyssey Thera is led by Dr. John K. Westwick.

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