Twitter rolls out a feature to post videos, images & GIFs in one tweet

Twitter, the American social media company, has reportedly launched a new feature where users can post videos, images, and GIFs in one tweet. Up until this point, the network just let users publish a single type of media file, such as mu....

OPEC+ cuts oil production by 2M barrels/day, US calls it shortsighted

OPEC+ or the organization of the petroleum exporting countries has reportedly decided to reduce oil output, curtailing supplies in an already constrained market and setting off one of its largest conflicts with the West. The U.S. government....

Australian Telstra suffers data breach two weeks after Optus attack

Telstra, the largest telecoms company based in Australia, has reportedly suffered a small data breach, an announcement that comes almost two weeks after the major rival Optus got hit by a huge cyber-attack. The country's biggest tele....

Amsterdam’s Talk360 raises extended funds, bringing the total to $7M

Talk360, the Amsterdam-based international calling app, has reportedly secured another $3 million in a seed round, apart from the $4 million seed capital obtained by the firm in May 2022, bringing the overall seed investment secured by the ....

S. Korea: Govt plans to hike energy rates may impact local businesses

Local businesses are reportedly expected to face worse business conditions in the upcoming months, driven by the government's intention to raise industrial electricity rates, inflation, severe devaluation of the won against the dollar, ....

SoftBank’s Vision Fund to lay off 30% of staff, about 150 employees

The Vision Fund, the venture capital division of the Japanese multinational conglomerate SoftBank, has reportedly launched a layoff process where it is planning to cut approximately 30% of its global workforce or around 150 of the total 500....

Australian govt inks deal with 3 key gas exporters to avoid shortfalls

The Australian government has reportedly reached an agreement with the three leading east coast gas suppliers to ensure that an adequate supply of fossil energy is available to avert any possible shortage next year. Madeleine King, the f....

Chinese Yuan hits a new low against surging US dollar

The Chinese yuan has reportedly depreciated to a record low in relation to the rising US dollar. The yuan, which is traded internationally, plunged to its lowest level since data started to be made accessible in 2011. The value of the....

Denmark warns as Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline leaks into Baltic Sea

The controversial Russian gas pipeline Nord Stream 2 has reportedly started leaking into the Baltic Sea, jeopardizing marine traffic, Denmark has issued a warning. It established a prohibited area within 5 nautical miles or 9 km of the p....

S. Korea inflation to stay in 5-6% range amid high food, energy prices

Consumer inflation in South Korea will reportedly remain in the 5-6% range for some time due to high food and energy prices, as well as the local currency's severe depreciation versus the US dollar, according to the nation's central....