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Why in the next decade companies will launch thousands more satellites than in all of history

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SpaceX, OneWeb, Amazon and more have plans to launch tens of thousands of internet satellites in the next decade. Source link: Click here for more
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Space investing became real this year as Morgan Stanley hosts packed NYC investor summit

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Morgan Stanley hosted its second annual space summit for investors, featuring the leaders of Virgin Galactic, Planet Labs, Maxar and more. Source link: Click here for more
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Adobe’s stock jumps to record close as investors cheer cloud transition

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Adobe rose almost 4% on Friday, closing at an all-time high and reflecting the company’s extended move from desktop software to the cloud. Source link: Click here for more
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Alexa can now respond in the voice of Samuel L. Jackson โ€” here’s how to set it up

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You can now ask Alexa to talk to Samuel L. Jackson to get him to read you the weather, the news, your calendar entries and more. It costs $1. Here’s how to set it up. Source link: Click here for more
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Apple dodges iPhone tariff after Trump confirms trade deal agreement with China

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The deal in the midst of the Christmas shopping season is a major reprieve for Apple, which has established a massive supply chain based in China that produced 218 million iPhones in 2018. Source link: Click here for more
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Apple’s new iPhone software is supposed to limit who your kid talks to, but a bug lets them get around it

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Apple’s new iOS 13.3 software is supposed to have new parental controls, called “Communication Limits,” that let you limit who your children can text, FaceTime or call. But a bug lets them call, FaceTime and text with anyone. Source link: Click here for more
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Facebook tumbles 16 spots on Glassdoor’s list of best places to work

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As calls for a Facebook break up gain support, the social media company saw its ranking on Glassdoor’s list of the “Best Places to Work” list slide for a second year in a row, tumbling 16 spots to 23rd Source link: Click here for more
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The end of the traditional IPO: Airbnb, GitLab and others consider direct listings as banks begin to come around

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Evangelists promote direct listings as a better way to go public because companies can get the same result without selling a bunch of stock โ€” and diluting existing shareholders and employees. Direct listings also offer a steep discount for new investors, who typically get the benefit of any immediate stock...

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