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Amnesty Canada says it was targeted by Chinese state-sponsored hackers

The Canadian branch of Amnesty International has confirmed it was the target of a “sophisticated” cyberattack carried out by Chinese state-sponsored hackers.  The human rights organization said i

Twitter’s iOS app is riddled with privacy settings glitches

As Elon Musk attempts to operate a major social media platform with a fraction of its staff, Twitter users are reporting that certain key security features on iOS are not working. For some users, it&#

Telegram Premium tops 1 million subscribers

Telegram Premium has amassed over 1 million subscribers, less than six months after the popular instant messaging app launched the paid offering and began a serious effort to monetize the business. Pa

Apple Music is getting a new karaoke-like feature, Apple Sing

Ready for a holiday sing-along? Apple today announced it’s launching a new Apple Music feature that will turn tens of millions of its top songs into karaoke tracks of sorts, enabled by a tap of

ClickHouse launches ClickHouse Cloud, extends its Series B

Since its launch as an open-source project by Yandex in 2016, ClickHouse has become one of the leading databases for online analytical processing (OLAP), allowing businesses to quickly generate ad-hoc

It’s way too easy to trick Lensa AI into making NSFW images

Lensa has been climbing the app store hit lists with its avatar-generating AI that is making artists wave the red flag. Now, there’s another reason to fly the flag, as it turns out it’s po

Ledger’s latest crypto wallet taps iPod designer in bid to boost accessibility

Ledger, which sells crypto hardware wallets, partnered with the designer behind the iPod, Tony Fadell, to create an easier, more accessible way for users to secure crypto assets.

Cacheflow doubles valuation while raising $10M, proving that the venture market is far from dead

Cacheflow, a startup building tools for the software sales closing process, announced this morning that it closed $10 million in new capital.

Axiom launches its automated identity and access management platform

Axiom, a Tel Aviv-based startup that focuses on automating identity and access management (IAM) for developer platforms, is coming out of stealth today and announcing a $7 million seed round led by S

Kodiak Robotics wins $50M to help US Army build AVs for recon, surveillance

Autonomous trucking technology company Kodiak Robotics won a $49.9 million contract from the the U.S. Department of Defense to help the Army automate future ground vehicles to conduct high-risk missio

Early-stage startups say no runway, no problem heading into 2023

Despite strong economic headwinds, many young startups don't think the current market will materially impact their runway or headcount.

Oda, the Norwegian grocery delivery startup, raises a fresh $151M, but at a lowered valuation of $353M

Online grocery delivery, a booming business at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, has definitely come down to earth with the shifts in the economy, public health and technology investing. Oda, one o

Snapchat’s latest Bitmoji Drop features exclusive Adidas merch, but there’s a price tag

Snapchat announced today that it’s partnering with Adidas to launch a new Bitmoji Fashion Drop, giving users access to exclusive merchandise for a limited time. The partnership will allow users

Here’s what’s happening today at TC Sessions: Space 2022

All systems are go, and we have liftoff! TC Sessions: Space 2022 is live, and we can’t wait to meet the people building the technologies and creating new opportunities that will take us into and bey

MetalSoft aims to help manage server infrastructure through automation

It’s tough in the current economic climate to hire and retain engineers focused on system admin, DevOps and network architecture. In a recent Gartner survey, IT executives cited talent shortages

Flow Engineering wants to modernize the hardware engineering design process

Software engineers have a host of tooling to organize their projects, chief being Git software like GitLab or GitHub, but hardware engineers today lack that same organizing principle. They are stuck w

African fintech unicorn Chipper Cash lays off about 12.5% of staff

Chipper Cash, an African cross-border payments company valued at $2.2 billion last year, has laid off a portion of its workforce. Yesterday, a few affected and non-affected employees took to LinkedIn

MergeStat channels open source and SQL to bring ‘operational analytics’ to software engineering

A new open source startup is setting out to help software development teams glean deeper insights from their codebases, using SQL to query all the data sources they use in the software building proces

Robinhood banks on retirement to slow user attrition

From the creator of Homebrew, Tea raises $8.9M to build a protocol that helps open source developers get paid

Tea, an open source unified package manager for software developers, today announced it has added another $8.9 million in seed funding to its coffer as it builds on recent momentum that has seen some
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