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The Seattle-based mobile imaging software startup Ontela says it has raised money from Hunt Ventures, Oak Investment Partners and Voyager Capital. John Cook puts it at $4.5 million for the company’s service, which will help camera phone users move and share their photos — already a […]

The Seattle-based mobile imaging software startup Ontela says it has raised money from Hunt Ventures, Oak Investment Partners and Voyager Capital. John Cook puts it at $4.5 million for the company’s service, which will help camera phone users move and share their photos — already a very crowded space. (Update: Ontela just confirmed the funding amount.)

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