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Tetrate, the company born out of Istio’s open-source app networking project, raises $40 million

Tetrate, the company commercializing an open-source networking project that allows for easier data sharing across different applications, has raised $40 million. The round, led by Sapphire Ventures, u

Smart ring maker Motiv acquired by ‘digital identity’ company

We weren’t alone in being impressed by Motiv. The startup helped flip the script on wearables by essentially cramming a fitness tracker’s worth of technology into a ring. This week, San Francisco

To make locks touchless, Proxy bluetooth ID raises $42M

We need to go hands-off in the age of coronavirus. That means touching fewer doors, elevators, and sign-in iPads. But once a building is using phone-based identity for security, there’s opportun

Proxy raises $13.6M to unlock anything with Bluetooth identity

You know how kings used to have trumpeters heralding their arrival wherever they went? Proxy wants to do that with Bluetooth. The startup lets you instantly unlock office doors and reserve meeting roo

Proxy raises $1.6 million to kill the card key, and make the internet of things more accessible

A startup called Proxy has raised $1.6 million in seed funding to help people use internet-enabled devices of every kind without all the annoying login processes and standalone apps for each separate

Worried Who’s Watching Your Web Browsing? Adafruit’s Onion Pi Tor Proxy Project Creates A Private, Portable Wi-Fi Access Point

Adafruit Industries has put together a weekend project for people worried the NSA is monitoring how many reruns of Seinfeld they watch on their tablet. The Onion Pi Tor Proxy is a weekend project that

Try2StopMe: firewall circumvention that won't last long

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/access-denied.jpg" />Is your boss clamping down on the hours you spend playing Farmville on Facebook? Are you blocked at work from access

On The Internet, Nobody Knows You're Not In The USA

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/not-in-kansas-187x200.jpg" width="187" height="200" /> A large number of web services are geographically restricted, such as <a href="http://

Can the Skyfire mobile browser shake things up a bit?

I’ve been keeping my eye on this Skyfire news since I read Rafe Needleman’s post about it this morning and most people seem to be pretty excited about the service. According to the company