Pixie Technology (“Pixie”), a startup that sells Bluetooth LE-connected fobs to help you locate pretty much any item you fear losing, has raised $18.5 million in a series B round led by Spark Capital, with participation from Cedar Fund, OurCrowd, and a slew of private investors.

Founded out of Los Altos, California, in 2011, Pixie is one of a number of startups operating in the object-tracking “location of things” realm. A pack of four “Pixie Points” costs $70, and each one can be placed on an object (phone, wallet, keys, cat, etc) to be found later through the accompanying mobile app (iOS only).

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