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    Why Square paid a whopping $29B for AfterPay

    Earlier this morning, fintech giant Square announced that it has struck a deal to acquire Australia-based AfterPay for a whopping $29 billion. Square is acquiring the company in ...

  2. Telegram is a great Google Meet alternative for long video calls — but only on your phone

    Telegram is a great Google Meet alternative for long video calls — but only on your phone

    Telegram has increased the viewer limit for group calls to a 1,000 people.

  3. We must include more women in physics — it'd benefit all of humanity

    We must include more women in physics — it'd benefit all of humanity

    All around the world, there is an extreme gender imbalance in physics, in both academia and industry. Examples are all too easy to find. In Burkina Faso’s largest university, the ...

  4. School up on all of Adobe’s most powerful digital creation apps for under $25

    School up on all of Adobe’s most powerful digital creation apps for under $25

    TLDR: The 2021 Complete Learn Adobe Training Certification Bundle drops knowledge on all the biggest Adobe apps for image, video, and audio editing, web creation and more. You know ...

  5. Want to launch a career as a Google-ready software engineer? This training can help for under $20

    Want to launch a career as a Google-ready software engineer? This training can help for under $20

    TLDR: The 2021 Google Software Engineering Manager Prep Bundle goes deep into vital areas of web development, including data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence. As ...

  6. Everything you need to know about stablecoins

    Everything you need to know about stablecoins

    Stablecoins are a type of cryptocurrency linked to an asset like the U.S. dollar that doesn’t change much in value. The majority of the dozens of stablecoins that currently exist ...

  7. Can your PC handle Windows 11? Here's how to find out

    Can your PC handle Windows 11? Here's how to find out

    Microsoft just released the first public and stable beta for Windows 11, but not everyone will be able to install it. Even though Windows 11 appears to be more of a visual overhaul ...