Red Sea Farms makes sustainable produce available across Saudi Arabia

Red Sea Farms makes sustainable produce available across Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia AgTech firm, Red Sea Farms has reportedly announced that its KSA-grown sustainable produce is now available across Saudi Arabia. According to credible sources, its produce is now stocked in over 80 supermarkets at retailers such as Tamimi, Carrefour, and AlRaya.

Recently, Red Sea Farms launched its back-to-school campaign, including offers on all of its sustainably grown produce such as snack cucumbers, snack tomatoes, and uniquely sweet snack peppers, to promote organic, healthy eating habits, adhering to its Vision 2030. This campaign’s goals are well-aligned with the wider Vision 2030, which promotes a balanced and healthy lifestyle.

E-Home Services starts testing robot cleaners for household services

E-Home Services starts testing robot cleaners for household services

Chinese household service provider, E-Home Household Service has reportedly announced that it has begun testing its robot cleaners, which are capable of providing household services to users.

In urban spaces, the fast pace of life is increasingly becoming a challenge these days. With the onset of the pandemic, people’s perception of household chores has changed as well. They have started to care more about hygiene than they did before.

E-Home is attempting to redefine the application of AI tech in household cleaning, thereby bringing a futuristic lifestyle closer to the users.  

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TILT introduces lifestyle cannabis brand Toast™ in Massachusetts

TILT introduces lifestyle cannabis brand Toast™ in Massachusetts

TILT Holdings, a leading provider of cannabis business solutions including inhalation technologies, manufacturing, cultivation, brand development, processing, and retail, has announced the launch of Toast™ products for patients and adult-use consumers in Massachusetts.

Reportedly, the products will be available at the company’s subsidiary Commonwealth Alternative Care Inc.’s (CAC) facilities in Brockton, and Taunton, along with the wholesale dispensary partner sites.

The latest development marks the first phase of TILT and Toast’s previously announced multi-stage agreement.

WIL platform unveils drive-and-earn program for Hong Kong motorists

WIL platform unveils drive-and-earn program for Hong Kong motorists

Wilson Group-owned driving and lifestyle rewards platform, WIL is introducing a drive-and-earn point program, dubbed ‘Let’s Go!’ in Hong Kong, offering motorists in the city a new experience that allows them to earn free parking privileges along with on-the-go lifestyle rewards.

Divided into two phases, the program’s initial phase is scheduled to be executed from 27th June to 31st July this year, whereas the second phase is anticipated to be rolled out in August showcasing the addition of new food and beverage, and lifestyle brands for riders.

For promotional purposes, WIL is organizing

Niantic sacks 8% of staff members and cancels four upcoming projects

Niantic sacks 8% of staff members and cancels four upcoming projects

Niantic Inc, the developer of the AR game Pokémon Go, has reportedly laid off eight percent of staff members and canceled four upcoming games.

In an email statement, CEO John Hanke has expressed that the company is going through an economically tumultuous phase and is striving to optimize its operations to reinforce the company for withstanding any upcoming economic troubles.

With this announcement, around 85-90 employees will lose their jobs. Out of the four projects, two of the games comprised publicly announced titles Hamlet which was a collaborative effort with the theatrical company responsible for the interactive play&n

Edamah, Beach Culture to offer water activities at Bilaj Al Jazayer

Edamah, Beach Culture to offer water activities at Bilaj Al Jazayer

Bahrain Real Estate Investment Company, Edamah has recently announced that it has signed up Beach Culture, a provider of watersports equipment services, to offer its wide range of water activities including kiteboarding, surfing, as well as yoga at premium beach development Bilaj Al Jazayer, commencing from June 24th.

The new activities from Beach Culture will primarily include pedal boating, sea biking, kayaking, stand up paddleboarding (SUP), SUP fitness classes, SUP yoga classes, sea biking, surfing, sailing, windsurfing, and kitesurfing.

According to Edamah, these water activities are not only entitled to fun but the

Paramount+ unveiled in South Korea as free addition to TVing platform

Paramount+ unveiled in South Korea as free addition to TVing platform

Streaming service Paramount+ has reportedly launched in South Korea as a free addition to the TVing platform.

Paramount+ will exclusively roll out original content like Halo apart from Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber, Yellowjackets, 1883, and Mayor of Kingstown for the first time in Korea through the new branded zone.

The service will also offer access to movie titles like Top Gun, Mission: Impossible, Transformers; CBS series NCIS and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation; Comedy Central’s South Park, Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants; MTV’s young adult series, and content from Showtime.

Indian Premier League pens five-year TV deals worth USD 6.1 Billion

Indian Premier League pens five-year TV deals worth USD 6.1 Billion

The Indian Premier League has reportedly signed five-year television deals for the domestic market worth USD 6.1 billion (£5 billion), or close to USD 17.16 million (£14 million) per match.

With the upcoming IPL season having 74 games, the new agreement makes it the second biggest moneymaking league in the world based on per-match parameter.

The NFL continues to lead the list, having closed an 11-year domestic rights agreement worth USD 113 billion involving Amazon and five television networks.

The new deal has doubled the value of every IPL game. The previous five-year deal of the league

Photo-sharing social app Poparazzi confirms $15 million Series A round

Photo-sharing social app Poparazzi confirms $15 million Series A round

Los Angeles-based social app, Poparazzi, has reportedly confirmed that it has raised $15 million in its Series A funding round, which took place last year and was led by Sarah Tavel, General Partner of Benchmark, an early-stage VC firm.

The startup also confirmed that Tavel has joined the company’s board as well.

Poparazzi positions itself as an anti-Instagram app that witnessed more than 5 million downloads within the first year of its launch on iOS, having also ranked No. 1 on the App Store soon after its launch last year. The app garnered much attention around its launch with the help of TikTok hype cycle, like many apps th