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10 Things in Tech You Need to Know Today, Monday, April 5


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1. Leaked data of more than 550 million Facebook users appeared online, including phone numbers. The leaked data could provide valuable information to cybercriminals who use people's personal information to impersonate them or scam them into handing over login credentials.
2. Alphabet has a secretive team working on quantum technologies called Sandbox. It's led by tech entrepreneur Jack Hidary and recently the company started revealing more info about what it's up to.
3. These are the top 100 early-stage investors. Tens of thousands of institutions and individuals are active seed investors — but only a few succeed repeatedly. Based on data analysis from Tribe Capital, we compiled a list of VCs who have mastered seed funding.

10 Things in Tech You Need to Know Today, Friday, April 2


5. Amazon previously looked into opening discount stores for electronics and home goods. The retail giant considered creating stores to sell leftover warehouse items, Bloomberg reported. While the internal talks have been stalled, a physical Amazon store could be perilous for brick-and-mortar electronics companies.
6. Digital fashion companies are aiming to disrupt the industry. From NFTs to digital garments you can buy online and get fitted to your photos, fashion is being digitized. We spoke to a digital fashion house to better understand the crypto-clothing industry. This is what they told us.
7. Microsoft will make mixed-reality headsets for the US army. The tech company landed a multimillion-dollar contract to make headsets used in training and in the field. See how soldiers could use the headsets.

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1. Volkswagen's April Fools' Day joke went terribly wrong. A press release from the automaker said it would rebrand to "Voltswagen," signaling its commitment to electric mobility. Unfortunately, almost no one got the joke — including Wall Street. How a prank gone wrong affected the company's stock.
2. You'll soon be able to escape Facebook's oft-criticized algorithm. The tech giant will be giving its users more control over what they see on their News Feed, offering an escape from its algorithm. Here's what else you can expect when you log in.
3. LinkedIn could be Clubhouse's next competitor. The professional networking site is in the early stages of testing audio features similar to those on Clubhouse, the buzzy new audio app.

10 Things in Tech You Need to Know Today, Wednesday, March 31


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1. Votes are being tallied in Amazon's historic union election. Now what? We outlined what will happen if the vote passes, and what will happen if it doesn't. We also spoke with workers who discussed why they voted against unionization. Here's what they told us.

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1. The recent GameStop fiasco is slated to become a movie. Reddit's Wall Street Bets founder, the man behind the rally in GameStop shares, signed with a Hollywood talent agency that reps Jessica Alba and Kevin Hart. Take a look at Hollywood's plan to immortalize the saga.
2. Telemarketers were fined $225 million for making one billion robocalls in five months. These two people, whose companies made health insurance-related spam calls, were fined a record amount by the FCC. Here's how robocalls became so frequent, and how you can stop them.

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1. Silicon Valley VCs are calling to #StopAsianHate in the aftermath of the Atlanta shootings. Some of the industry's top venture capitalists are sharing their personal stories and demanding action against anti-Asian violence.
2. Amazon is launching a telehealth business for its employees and other companies across the US. Amazon Care will be available for employees starting this summer, and will expand to other employers later this year. Here's what we know so far. 

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1. The Oakland A's have started pricing tickets in bitcoin. The team is offering a home-season suite for the cost of one bitcoin — making them the first sports team to price tickets in cryptocurrency. More on that here. 
2. An early SpaceX engineer crawled inside an imploding rocket in mid-air to save the company. In 2008, an engineer saved SpaceX by climbing into a rocket that was imploding due to a pressure imbalance, according to a new book. Read more from the harrowing incident. 

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4. A Twitter glitch suspended anyone who tweeted the word "Memphis." On Sunday, users who posted using the city's name received 12-hour suspensions. Twitter confirmed the weird bug and apologized. 
5. Paypal cofounder Peter Thiel donated $10 million to "Hillbilly Elegy" author J.D. Vance's potential Senate run. The billionaire gave to the Protect Ohio Values PAC, an organization supporting Vance's candidacy. Get the full rundown.
6. Disney could soon surpass Netflix as the world's top streaming service. Disney Plus, which already has 100 million subscribers, is expected to overtake
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in overall subscribers by 2024 — at the latest. This is how Disney could steal Netflix's crown.

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1. Stripe is worth $95 billion. The online payments firm has raised a $600 million round that makes it Silicon Valley's most valuable private firm. We spoke to CFO Dhivya Suryadevara about its growth.
2. Facebook created a playbook for employees to defend the company. BuzzFeed reported on an internal meeting, where Facebook execs said the firm wasn't to blame for political polarization.
3. This is how Mark Zuckerberg's banker built Iconiq, a secret Silicon Valley empire. Divesh Makan spent a decade building ultra-secretive wealth-management firm Iconiq Capital, which caters to technology-industry elite — and is now quietly recruiting A-list celebrities.
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4. The identity of who bought Beeple's $69-million NFT has been revealed. The mysterious founder of an NFT fund, who goes by the pseudonym Metakovan, bought the piece. Here's why he believes the multimillion-dollar JPG file is so valuable. 

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1. Roblox, the wildly popular game platform, spiked 15% in its public trading debut. After the company went public, we put together a list of the things you should know. Here are some eye-popping stats about Roblox.
2. Taco Bell became the first fast-food chain to join the NFT craze. The restaurant celebrated the return of potatoes to its menu with crypto-art — digital pieces of art related to the menu — that sold out in minutes. Now, the taco-themed pieces are reselling for thousands of dollars.
3. These are the top 10 VC firms discovering and funding tech "futurecorns." New analysis shows that Silicon Valley firms continue to dominate global tech investing by funding startups with the potential to gain multibillion-dollar valuations.

10 things in tech you need to know Tuesday, March 9

Tesla's giant battery, Twitter NFT, and the Amazon of gaming: Here are the 10 things in tech you need to know today, Tuesday, March 9.

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SpaceX's robot dog, a new book from Amazon insiders, and a look at the ouster of Nikola's CEO: Here are the 10 things in tech you need to know today.

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1. A Black AWS manager is suing Amazon. Her lawsuit alleges Amazon routinely pays and promotes Black employees less and accuses a former Amazon public-policy director of sexual harassment and assault.
3. DraftKings will soon make a huge acquisition, per insiders. The sports-betting industry is abuzz with chatter that DraftKings is in M&A talks with potential targets. Our exclusive look at the
4. Klarna is now Europe's most valuable private startup. The Swedish "buy now, pay later" company tripled its valuation in less than six months, bringing its worth to $31 billion. 
5. Amazon will soon open the UK's first checkout-free grocery store. The Mirror reported that Amazon Go is set to open this week in West London.

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1. Coinbase warns the crypto market could tumble if bitcoin's anonymous creator is identified. While filing to go public, Coinbase noted that should the creator be revealed — or if they sell their $30 billion stake — the market could be thrown into disarray.
3. Scoop: Lime, a Silicon Valley scooter startup, is in early discussions about going public via a SPAC. The Uber-backed electric scooter startup is working with investment bank Evercore as it explores going public via a blank-check company, two sources told Insider.

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Trump appealed to Facebook's Oversight Board. The Oversight Board, a team of 20 experts from around the world, is reviewing the tech company's decision to permanently suspend his account.
Elon Musk took a potshot at Jeff Bezos. After the Bezos-owned Washington Post reported a critical story on Musk's management, the billionaire responded to the newspaper by referring to Bezos as its "puppet-master."
Exclusive: The cofounder of mental health startup Modern Health is suing the remaining cofounder and one of its investors. We took a deep dive into how the relationship between the two founders fell apart.
Exclusive: Saudi-backed Babylon Health has hired ex-Amazon and Google execs for a US push. The $2 billion digital health startup has been widely criticized in the UK, but is targeting Medicaid customers in the US via partnerships with insurance providers.

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Google fired a second AI ethicist. The firm fired Margaret Mitchell, the founder and former co-lead on its ethical AI team, following an extended investigation that has kept Mitchell locked out of her corporate account since January.
A former ByteDance employee claimed censorship. A former employee of TikTok's parent company ByteDance hasclaimed it tried to develop an algorithm to censor livestreams in the Uighur language.

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Exclusive: Australian publishers saw a 20% drop in traffic after Facebook's news ban. Media executives around the globe told Insider they were watching the developments in Australia closely as broader tensions between tech platforms, publishers and regulators near a boiling point in the US and beyond.
NASA's Mars rover landed safely on Thursday. Perseverance, an SUV-sized robot, plunged through the Martian atmosphere at supersonic speeds on Thursday, tucked inside a protective capsule. 

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Google signed a deal with News Corp. The search firm will make "significant" payments to display content from outlets such as the Wall Street Journal and the New York Post on its News Showcase.
Facebook halted all news sharing in Australia. Facebook blocked Australian users from seeing, sharing, and interacting with news on the site, while global users are not able to see news shared by Australian news outlets.

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Tesla drops $1.5bn on bitcoin, China bans Clubhouse, and Apple angered by car project leak.

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Apple's VR headset may cost $3,000, Myanmar's military blocked Facebook, and India is threatening Twitter employees with jail.

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