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What to expect at Apple's 'Spring loaded' event

April 18, 2021

If the "Spring loaded" tagline of Apple's upcoming press event is any indication, the company is about to drop a ton of new products.

Miss Broadway musicals? Try Clubhouse

April 17, 2021

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.

SpaceX wins $2.9 billion NASA contract for lunar lander

April 16, 2021

Austin, Texas (CNN Business)SpaceX secured a $2.89 billion NASA contract to build spacecraft that will land astronauts on the moon for the first time in five decades.

Apple's $200 million fund aims to fight climate change and boost business

April 16, 2021

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.

Mobile gaming company AppLovin raises $2 billion in IPO

April 15, 2021

Mobile apps and games platform AppLovin raised $2 billion in an initial public offering Thursday that valued the company at $28.6 billion.

Walmart invests in GM's self-driving car company, Cruise

April 15, 2021

Walmart is investing in GM's self-driving vehicle company, Cruise, as it works to build out its delivery network.

Jeff Bezos finally shares his feelings about Amazon workers' union vote

April 15, 2021

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.

The world wants more emoji diversity, new Adobe study finds

April 15, 2021

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.

Google Earth's new Timelapse feature shows chilling effect of climate change

April 15, 2021

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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