VC: LBS chips maker gets $16.2M

Newport Beach, California-based GloNav has raised $16.2 million in its first round of venture capital from Atlantic Bridge Ventures. The company is a spinoff from Ceva that makes mobile phone chips embedded with GPS technology. Ever since Disney launched its Family Locator service, the LBS sector has seen a renewed interest from the VC community. Site

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