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    With Broadway theaters shut down during the pandemic, artists are turning to Clubhouse, a buzzy audio app often used for networking and virtual panels, to create free full-length musicals.
     
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    For months, people have been clamoring to get access to Clubhouse, a buzzy invite-only social media app where members join virtual rooms to have live, unscripted discussions. Topics range from the "future of San Francisco," with the city's district attorney participating, and Kanye West to startup pitch events and various off color conversations. Unlike other social networks, the platform is audio-based — not text — making it feel like an interactive podcast (or a conference call).
     
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    Mobile apps and games platform AppLovin raised $2 billion in an initial public offering Thursday that valued the company at $28.6 billion.
     
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    Apple has announced a $200 million investment fund designed to remove carbon emissions from the atmosphere and support sustainable forestry — and to generate financial returns for the company.
     
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    Bitcoin and Ethereum aren't the only digital currencies that are hitting record highs this week. Dogecoin, the cryptocurrency that features the face of a Shiba Inu dog as its logo, has surpassed 10 cents for the first time.
     
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    Walmart is investing in GM's self-driving vehicle company, Cruise, as it works to build out its delivery network.
     
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    Google Earth users can now see the striking effect of climate change over the past four decades with the new tool Timelapse.
     
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    In his final letter to shareholders as Amazon CEO before he steps down from the role later this year, Jeff Bezos spent much of his time addressing the complaints of critics, both directly and indirectly.
     
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    An overwhelming majority of people around the globe want emojis to be more inclusive and culturally distinct so they can show how they feel, according to a new Adobe study.
     
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    After months-long negotiations, Dell Technologies announced Wednesday it plans to spin off its 81% ownership stake in VMWare.
     
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    As offices reopen, Uber says its employees can work from home if they choose — but only for two days a week.
     
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    Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have turned spider webs into music -- creating an eerie soundtrack that could help them better understand how the arachnids spin their complex creations and even how they communicate.
     
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    Instagram is testing a feature that would let users decide if they want to hide likes on their own posts or posts from people they follow.
     
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    Tesla is still trying to get back on China's good side.
     
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    The A-list of China's tech industry was summoned before the country's powerful regulators on Tuesday for a dressing down over antitrust behavior, just days after Alibaba was hit with a record $2.8 billion fine for acting like a monopoly.
     
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    Apple is set to host its first product launch of the year next week, and it's expected to announce updates to its iPad Pro, iPad mini and AirPods lines.
     
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    The robots are coming, and they're bringing pizza.
     
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    As the vaccine rollout continues to accelerate and the broader US economy prepares to reopen, talk of vaccine verification apps has heated up.
     


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