In today’s top stories, Twitter shows off features that compete with Patreon and Facebook groups. Meanwhile, Target is essentially building mini Apple Stores within its stores.
The social network is expected to release its first pair of smart glasses this year.
The site is also working on other new products, including “communities,” so users can chat about favorite topics.
Workers in an Alabama Amazon warehouse are deciding whether to unionize. Twitch says it doesn’t allow any political ads.
“Change is coming. Laws are coming.”
The donation, made along with the Utah Jazz basketball team owners and Imagine Dragons singer Dan Reynolds, is the latest in a series of social justice efforts.
Mississippi could become a broadband giant.
In today’s news, President Biden signs an executive order to investigate supply chain shortages, Fry’s Electronics shutters its business, and a studio’s use of Spot the robot dog attracts the ire of Boston Dynamics.
In a long report, the Department of…
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