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DocuSign has reportedly filed confidentially for an IPO

DocuSign has confidentially filed to go public, according to Tech Crunch. The company plans to hit the public markets in the next six months.

L.L. Bean cancels blockchain and sensor experiment amid layoffs

L.L. Bean has cancelled an experiment that would put sensors connected to the Ethereum blockchain inside of some of its coats and books, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Tesla's Model 3 production is reportedly nowhere near its target

As the first quarter draws to a close, numerous Tesla watchers are trying to figure out how many Model 3 vehicles the company is making.

Tesla set to make its first delivery with its all-electric Semi

Elon Musk posted a picture showing Tesla's electric semi-truck before it set out on its first cargo delivery on Wednesday. The Semi was unveiled in November and wowed observers with its specs, like a range of 500 miles per charge.

$999 iPhone isn't tempting people to abandon their current phone

Analyst firm Piper Jaffray surveyed 1,500 iPhone users to find out why they chose not to upgrade to the iPhone X. More than 40% of users said they didn't upgrade because their current iPhone still works well.

Documents shed light on intricacy of Russia's trolling operation

Leaked documents reviewed by The Daily Beast show the lengths a notorious Russian troll farm, the Internet Research Agency, went to in order to stoke conflict and spread disinformation during and after the 2016 US election.

California's cannabis market is going to be bigger than beer

California began the sale of recreational marijuana on January 1. The market is expected to hit $3.7 billion by the end 2018, and that number will increase to over $5 billion in 2019. Legal marijuana will be a tax windfall for the state.

IBM is launching a flying 'robotic brain' into space

An 11-pound, artificially intelligent orb is launching to the International Space Station. The robot, called the Crew Interactive Mobile Companion (CIMON), will have an animated face, talk, and fly around.

AirPods expected to get popular iPhone features in 2018 and 2019

A new report suggests Apple may release new versions of its popular AirPods wireless earbuds in 2018 and 2019. The 2018 model may receive a "Hey, Siri" voice command, while the 2019 model may be water resistant.

Apple admits new speaker leaves permanent white rings on wood

Some reviewers of Apple's new $350 smart speaker, the HomePod, have noticed that the device can leave behind white rings on some wooden surfaces.

Tesla's Model 3 is the millennial dream car

Tesla is the premier, aspirational car brand for millennials. The company's appeal is rooted in its ability to create a narrative that extends beyond traditional cars to renewable energy, space exploration, and self-driving vehicles.

Snapchat's big bet on augmented reality seems to be paying off

Snapchat's bet on augmented reality seems to be paying off. The rollout of Lens Studio, which allows anybody to create their own AR experience with a set of desktop creative tools, has been a bright spot for the company.

Elon Musk: Falcon Heavy success means end of other heavy rockets

SpaceX plans to launch its Falcon Heavy rocket system on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. ET, though a lot could still change before then. If it's a success, Falcon Heavy will be the most powerful and cheapest way to launch heavy payloads into space.

Tesla rolls out new policies to help keep factory workers safe

A new post on Tesla's blog outlines how its infamous Fremont, California, factory has become safer for its workers. Employees had previously described long hours and injuries that came from uncomfortable, repetitive movements.

Google parent Alphabet misses earnings targets, stock falls

Google's parent company Alphabet missed its fourth-quarter earnings, sending the stock down slightly in after-hours trading.

Kroger reportedly wooing 'Costco for millennials' company Boxed

Boxed is a members-only, bulk-selling online store. Boxed is reportedly in talks to sell to Kroger for up to $500 million. It will reportedly take investment money if a deal is not reached.

Rupert Murdoch: Facebook has become 'inherently unreliable'

In a surprise statement, News Corp's executive chairman, Rupert Murdoch, called on Facebook to start paying publishers for content posted to the site.

Morgan Stanley is jumping on the bitcoin futures bandwagon

Morgan Stanley is clearing bitcoin futures trades for clients, according to Bloomberg News. It joins rival Goldman Sachs and a number of large brokerages.

Intel's CEO publicly addresses its big chip vulnerabilities

Intel has been under fire since it was revealed that many of its processors have a vulnerability that could allow attackers to steal data. Krzanich said on Monday that the exploits haven't been used to steal customer data.

Zuckerberg says Facebook is looking into using cryptocurrency

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he will research cryptocurrency in 2018. The goal is part of his yearly personal challenge, which is mainly focused on fixing Facebook's problems.
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