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  1. Red Hat open sources StackRox, the Kubernetes security platform it acquired last year

    Red Hat open sources StackRox, the Kubernetes security platform it acquired last year

    Red Hat is open-sourcing its Advanced Cluster Security (ACS) for Kubernetes under the StackRox moniker.

  2. Musk says Twitter deal is dead unless CEO can prove spam stats

    Musk says Twitter deal is dead unless CEO can prove spam stats

    In a new tweet fired at Twitter before market open, Elon Musk has reiterated that his $44BN deal to buy the social media platform is on hold over the issue of spambots. But now he’s tacitly accusing the company of lying over the proportion of fake/spam accounts on the platform, claiming its C…

  3. Linktree is rolling out new features to allow creators to showcase their NFTs

    Linktree is rolling out new features to allow creators to showcase their NFTs

    Link-in-bio platform Linktree is the latest company that is looking to integrate NFTs into its service, as the company has revealed a set of new features that will allow creators to showcase their NFTs and “build a community around ownership.” The company says that with this new launch,…

  4. Hinge's latest feature aims to help users spark conversations about self-care

    Hinge's latest feature aims to help users spark conversations about self-care

    Dating app Hinge is introducing a new “Self-Care Prompts” feature that is designed to inspire initial conversations between matches about self-care priorities. Hinge’s in-app prompts are conversation starters that users answer as part of their profiles and are displayed to potenti…

  5. Storyblok raises $47M to build out its headless CMS aimed at non-technical users like marketers

    Storyblok raises $47M to build out its headless CMS aimed at non-technical users like marketers

    The world of web development continues to become increasingly more democratized — and more creative — thanks to innovations in “headless” systems that give more flexibility around how a site can look and function: a middle ground between using rigid templates and building an…

  6. Tableau enhances links to Salesforce AI as it works to blend more into ecosystem

    Tableau enhances links to Salesforce AI as it works to blend more into ecosystem

    When Salesforce spent almost $16 billion to buy Tableau in 2019, it was getting a company with a goal of bringing data to the masses. As a cloud solution, it fits nicely into the growing Salesforce federation of cloud products and services. Over time, it makes sense that the two companies are findi…

  7. Earlybird VC closes new €350M fund for Western European startups, with a deeptech angle

    Earlybird VC closes new €350M fund for Western European startups, with a deeptech angle

    Earlybird VC was one of the, if not the “OG” of the emergence of Berlin as a key global tech startup ecosystem 15 years ago. Founded in 1997, it’s gone on to back N26 and UiPath, among many others. And in the past four months, two more Earlybird portfolio companies have become Unicorns: Aiven, a [&…

  8. CarePoint raises $10M to spread healthcare tech across Africa

    CarePoint raises $10M to spread healthcare tech across Africa

    CarePoint (formerly known as Africa Health Holdings) is setting up telemedicine centers and building “micro-tech-enabled-clinics” targeting the masses.

  9. Claap prevents meeting fatigue with async video collaboration

    Claap prevents meeting fatigue with async video collaboration

    Meet Claap, a French startup that has been working on a way to collaborate more efficiently as a distributed team. Claap is officially launching its product today. Instead of relying exclusively on a mix of written memos and Zoom calls, Claap lets you share and receive quick videos with other teamm…

  10. A dive into Haun Ventures with the firm's first deal lead, Sam Rosenblum

    A dive into Haun Ventures with the firm's first deal lead, Sam Rosenblum

    Sam Rosenblum never imagined he would work at a crypto-focused investment firm. A Southern California native who spent a “large portion of my life outdoors in the sun, playing sports and hanging out with friends,” crypto was not technically a thing until he was in college at UCLA. Stint…