Apple’s password manager is compatible with third-party browsers in latest macOS beta

Yesterday, Apple released the first public beta of macOS Sonoma — the next major update for macOS that will be available to everyone this fall. Following this update, Mac... Read more »

Causaly, an AI platform for drug discovery and biomedical research, raises $60M

Artificial intelligence has been a big theme in the world of health and medical research, and specifically in the area of drug discovery. Today, another hopeful in the space... Read more »

Spline, a no-code design tool for creating 3D assets, raises $15M

Spline, a no-code design tool for creating 3D assets, today announced that it raised $15 million in a seed round led by Gradient Ventures with participation from First Round... Read more »

Pearpop’s new ‘Boost Mode’ feature allows brands to turn content from creators into paid ads

Pearpop, a marketplace for social collaborations, announced today that it’s launching a new product called “Boost Mode.” The new feature allows brands on the platform to turn content posted... Read more »

Meet the 19-year old MIT drop-out “replacing gunpowder” for the defense industry

Silicon Valley loves its wunderkinds, but the same cannot be said of Washington, D.C., where the central mandate is not to take risks, but to de-risk. Or that’s how... Read more »

What is the difference between Dart and Go?

The selection of programming language is critical to the development of functional apps or websites for your brand. Dart & Golang are the two programming languages developed by Google... Read more »

Google’s Bard and other AI chatbots remain under privacy watch in the EU

As we reported earlier, Google’s AI chatbot Bard has finally launched in the European Union. We understand it did so after making some changes to boost transparency and user... Read more »

Mattilda grabs another $19M, this time to expand beyond Mexico’s private schools

Nine months after announcing its seed round, mattilda, a Mexico City–based company providing collections management and payment processing for private schools, is back with a $19 million Series A... Read more »

Indian upskilling platform Skill-Lync cuts 20% jobs to ‘streamline operations’

Skill-Lync, an Indian startup offering upskilling programs, has laid off 20% of its workforce — around 225 employees — to reduce operational costs amid the ongoing, global funding crunch... Read more »

HawkEye 360’s new funding reflects ongoing investor appetite for defense-focused tech

Virginia-based HawkEye 360 has closed $58 million in new funding, the latest sign that investor appetite for defense-heavy startups is nowhere close to slowing down. HawkEye operates a constellation... Read more »
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