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  • A deep-learning algorithm could detect earthquakes by filtering out city noise
  • Elon Musk offers to buy Twitter
  • How Apple’s Monster M1 Ultra Chip Keeps Moore’s Law Alive
  • WhatsApp Communities: Meta’s Messaging App Now Supports Large Groups and Adds New Chat Features (WSJ)
  • Google quietly launches its awaited ‘Switch to Android’ app on iOS
  • TikTok’s ad revenue to surpass Twitter and Snapchat combined in 2022 – report
  • Amazon is still struggling to make drone deliveries work
  • DRI twitter thread
  • Amazon 2021 Letter to Shareholders
  • Epic Games Lands $2B As Sony Bets On Its Metaverse
  • Intel Says It’ll Deliver 2025 Chip Tech a Half Year Early
  • James Webb telescope’s MIRI instrument goes super-cold
  • “…Scientists believe they have found evidence of microbes that were thriving near hydrothermal vents on Earth’s surface just 300m years after the planet formed – the strongest evidence yet that life began far earlier than is widely assumed…”
  • ” a new study from the Wellcome Sanger Institute in Cambridge suggests the speed of genetic damage could be the key to survival, with long-living animals successfully slowing down their rate of DNA mutations regardless of their size.”