Rubicon Project buys nToggle for $38.5 million, artificial intelligence startup Oben raises $5 million and Snap Inc. begins selling Spectacles on Amazon.
Online advertising marketplace Rubicon Project announced Tuesday that it had acquired nToggle Inc. for $38.5 million, reports the Business Journal. The Boston company develops software to help ad buyers manage multiple ad exchange and data exchange accounts through one interface.
Artificial intelligence startup Oben raised a $5 million round led by Tencent Holdings, reports The Hollywood Reporter. The startup’s app allows users to create personal 3-D avatars from selfie photos on their smartphones.
Snap Inc. has started selling its video-camera equipped Spectacles on Amazon.com, reports The Verge. All three colors are available for $129.99 and are eligible for next-day delivery. The Spectacles are sold directly by Snap and fulfilled by Amazon.
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