March 6, 2019

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  • Tibetans hit by the same mobile malware targeting Uyghurs September 24, 2019
    A recently revealed mobile malware campaign targeting Uyghur Muslims also ensnared a number of senior Tibetan officials and activists, according to new research. Security researchers at the University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab say some of the Tibetan targets were sent specifically tailored malicious web links over WhatsApp, which, when opened, stealthily gained full access to […]
    Zack Whittaker
  • Jellysmack launches program to scale audiences from YouTube creators September 24, 2019
    Jellysmack originally started as a social media company with popular brands on Facebook and other social platforms, such as Beauty Studio, Oh My Goal, Gamology and Riddle Me This. The company is now branching out and expanding with a different product, the ‘Creator’s Program.’ The startup is going to partner with popular YouTube creators and […]
    Romain Dillet
  • Cledara picks up pre-seed funding to help companies manage their SaaS spending September 24, 2019
    Cledara, a startup that has developed a SaaS to help companies manage their SaaS spending — as if things couldn’t get any more meta — has picked up pre-seed backing from the recently announced Anthemis/BBVA strategic partnership, and others. In total, the startup has raised $930,000. This includes completing the Techstars London accelerator, along with […]
    Steve O'Hear
  • Honestbee owes almost $1 million in unpaid salary to employees, according to affidavit filed by its CEO September 24, 2019
    Honestbee, the Singapore-based grocery delivery startup that has been struggling with financial issues, owes 217 employees a total of almost USD $1 million in unpaid salary. The Strait Times reported that the figure was revealed in an affidavit filed in court on Sept. 20 by Honestbee CEO Ong Lay Ann as part of the startup’s […]
    Catherine Shu
  • Messaging app Kik shuts down as company focuses on Kin, its cryptocurrency September 24, 2019
    Kik Interactive CEO Ted Livingston announced today that the company is shutting down Kik Messenger to focus on its cryptocurrency Kin, the target of a lawsuit filed by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company’s team will be reduced to 19 people, a reduction that will affect over 100 employees, as it focuses on converting […]
    Catherine Shu
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