Updated at 10:30 a.m. PDT with corrected total amount of investment.
Visual search engine Searchme has raised $31 million from early Google backer Sequoia Capital and other investors, according to the company.
The Mountain View, Calif.-based company, which has been in development for the last three years, launched a private beta of its search engine on Tuesday. The company also closed on a fourth round of funding worth $15 million led by Lehman Brothers, according to SearchMe CEO Randy Adams. That investment adds to the $16 million the company has raised since June 2005 from Sequoia, Dag … Read more