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Past articles by Paul:

Outverse wants to build a full-stack community platform for software companies

Outverse wants to power communities for PLG companies, serving as a 'centralized knowledge ecosystem' for software firms. → Read More

How to get the old version of TweetDeck back

The "old" TweetDeck has had a temporary reprieve, with users now able to manually revert back to the version they know and love. → Read More

Google’s Gradient Ventures backs Weflow to bring greater hygiene to Salesforce data

Google's Gradient Ventures has made another foray into Europe, investing as part of a $3.2 million seed round in German startup Weflow. → Read More

Standard protocol: In a post-Twitter world, Mastodon and Bluesky need to get on the same page

With Twitter's continued decimation, there has been renewed interest in alternatives, such as Threads, Bluesky, and Mastodon. → Read More

Daniel Ek's Neko Health raises $65M for preventative healthcare through full-body scans

Neko Health has raised €60M in its first external round of funding, led by Lakestar, with participation from Atomico and General Catalyst. → Read More

Google’s Gradient backs YC alum Infisical to solve secret sprawl

Google's Gradient Ventures has invested in Infisical, an open core platform that wants to help companies solve secret sprawl. → Read More

UK readies in-depth investigation into Adobe’s $20B Figma acquisition

The U.K.’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has provisionally concluded that Adobe’s proposed $20 billion bid for digital design rival Figma could result in a “substantial lessening of competition” in the U.K for designers. As a result of its initial findings, the CMA is progressing the case to an in-depth “phase 2” investigation, albeit the […] → Read More

Material Evolution raises $19M to decarbonise the cement industry

Material Evolution has raised £15 million in a Series A round of funding to scale production of its low-carbon cement. → Read More

Unaric exits stealth with $35M to buy and consolidate Salesforce-ecosystem startups

Unaric emerges from stealth today with $35 million and a plan to acquire and consolidate startups in the Salesforce ecosystem. → Read More

Fairphone CEO Eva Gouwens to step down

Fairphone CEO Eva Gouwens has announced that she's stepping down, some five years after landing in the hotseat. → Read More

Gleamer, which provides AI software for radiologists, raises $29.5M

Gleamer, a five-year-old French startup that has developed AI software for radiologists, has raised €27 million. → Read More

Bluu Seafood reels in $17.5M to bring cultivated fish products to market

Cultivated fish company Bluu Seafood today announced it has raised €16 million in a Series A round of funding. → Read More

Dexory nabs $19M to bring visibility to warehouses through analytics and autonomous robots

Dexory, a company that serves warehouses with real-time inventory management data using AI software and autonomous robots, has raised $19M. → Read More

Irish government criticized over proposed law-change that would 'muzzle' Big Tech critics

An 11th hour amendment to an Irish Government bill will serve to "muzzle" people looking to speak out about Big Tech and GDPR. → Read More

UK touts £21M fund to extend AI deeper into the National Health Service

The U.K. has announced a £21M fund to help the NHS deploy AI-powered diagnostic tools to support early detection of various conditions. → Read More

Lithuania's capital Vilnius to get 'Europe's largest tech campus,' costing €100M

Tech Zity is a €100M initiative to create Europe's largest tech campus, located in the heart of Lithuania's capital, Vilnius. → Read More

Adtech giant Criteo hit with revised €40M fine by French data privacy body over GDPR breaches

France's Criteo has been issued with a revised €40M fine over the way it gathered and processed internet users' data to target ads. → Read More

Sequoia debuts Atlas, an interactive guide to the European tech talent landscape

With the launch of Atlas, Sequoia attempts to present a picture of the current European technical talent landscape. → Read More

Oracle launches its 'sovereign cloud' for EU customers

Oracle is launching its "sovereign cloud" for customers in the European Union today, a year after first revealing plans for the initiative. → Read More

Amazon's $1.7B iRobot acquisition greenlighted by UK antitrust regulator

The U.K.'s antitrust body has given the go-ahead to Amazon's proposed billion-dollar acquisition of iRobot. → Read More