Twitter’s verified service to launch next week with different colours

Starting next week, Twitter plans to launch its verified subscription service but a bit differently.

CEO Elon Musk tweeted that the new verification system will be colour-coded—gold checks for companies, grey checks for governments, and blue checks for individuals, including celebrities.

He added that “all verified accounts will be manually authenticated before check activates… Painful, but necessary.”

In another tweet, the Twitter chief noted that verified individuals can have a secondary tiny logo showing they belong to an organisation if they are verified by that organisation. “Longer explanation next week,” he added.

Earlier this week, Musk said that the company

Rajasthan announces new startup policy at Jodhpur DigiFest aimed at scaling and diversifying the state’s start

The Rajasthan government has announced a brand new policy for startups and entrepreneurs in the state, the Rajasthan Startup Policy 2022.

The policy was officially launched by Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot at the second edition of the Rajasthan DigiFest 2022 in Jodhpur, as part of the Department of Information Technology and Communication’s three-day youth and entrepreneurship summit from November 11-13, 2022.

The policy aims to promote Rajasthan as a hub for innovation and boost startup growth across industry verticals such as agriculture, education, healthcare, and fintech; increase job opportunities for and upskill youth; and encourage diversity and sustainability within the startup ecosystem.

In a statement online, Chief Minister Gehlot said,Information technology has played an important role in sensitive, transparent and accountable good governance. The state government is using IT to take the benefits of its schemes to the last person. [The Rajasthan Startup Policy 2022] will encourage

Robotics startup Nosh raises $1M in pre-seed round led by BITS Spark

Nosh, a cooking robot developed by a Bengaluru-based startup Euphotic Labs, has raised a pre-seed round of $1 million led by BITS Spark, with participation from SuperMorpheus and other angels.

Founded in 2018, Nosh is an app-driven home cooking robot that cooks an extensive range of dishes such as curries, sautéed vegetables, pulao, pasta, and sweets, among others. automatically. It uses artificial intelligence to ensure food consistency and taste. Additionally, Nosh offers taste customisation options to cater to individual taste preferences.

“Nosh is a new category product, which means there is no product we can directly refer to and learn from. As a result, we go through a cycle of extreme experimentation, failure, evolution, and adoption. This makes the journey of building Nosh challenging yet even more exciting,” Yatin Varachhia, Co-founder of Euphotic Labs, said in a press release.

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Job platform Monster rebrands as

Job search portal Monsteron Wednesday announced that it is transforming to a full-fledged talent management platform and will be known as ‘’ with a new logo and vision.

The company said it will offer comprehensive solutions to recruiters and highly personalised and contextual services to job seekers across Asia Pacific and Middle East.

“Technology is leading disruption across sectors and talent acquisition is no exception. The pandemic has fundamentally changed the way we work and the way we hire,” Sekhar Garisa, Chief Executive Officer, (previously Monster), said in a statement. “The platform of the future needs to cater to a highly dynamic job market, skill-based hiring and changing expectations from careers,” he added.

What changes for Monster?

According to the company, users would have access to personalised job discovery and enablement solutions. With’s customised search results feature, they will receive results and recommendations that are

Elon Musk says Twitter is holding off relaunch of Blue Verified

Twitter‘s new owner Elon Musk has said the social media company is holding off the launch of a new system of issuing verified badges to users and could use different “colour checks” for authenticating organisations and individuals.

In the days following Musk’s $44 billion acquisition of Twitter, the billionaire entrepreneur announced that the Blue Tick verification badge, which authenticates a user or organisation on Twitter, will be available for a monthly fee of $8.

“Holding off the relaunch of Blue Verified until there is high confidence in stopping impersonation. Will probably use different colour check for organisations than individuals,” Musk tweeted on Monday.

His initial plan was delayed amid concerns that users could create fake accounts, posing as political leaders, lawmakers, news outlets and organisations and purchase the verified badge, thereby adding to the spread of misinformation.

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