I updated the GLXP Teams on the right side of this page yesterday, but never had a chance to post on it that day. The Google Lunar X PRIZE announced 2 new official teams: one I hadn't heard of before, Independence-X Aerospace, and another I had, Omega Envoy.
The other announcement was that the Google Lunar X PRIZE has a new partner in AGI (Analytic Graphics), a small but prominent maker of space software like STK (Satellite Tool Kit), a software suite that provides features like orbit and attitude analysis and visualization for space mission geometries. I actually messed around a bit with the free version of STK when I was a student looking for a project in 1 class, but wound up doing something else equally interesting involving volcanoes. Anyway, at that time STK looked pretty good, and I'm sure it's even better now.
Introducing the Florida Team - Omega Envoy, Florida's team, at the GLXP Teams site
Two new GLXP entries + new partner - RLV News
More GLXP news - RLV News - Will Pomerantz's presentation at the AGI conference is a good summary of innovation prizes, the X PRIZE Foundation, and the Google Lunar X PRIZE.
AGI AND X PRIZE FOUNDATION PARTNER FOR MOON PRIZE - X PRIZE Foundation