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You can join Twitter’s Clubhouse-like Spaces rooms from a browser starting Wednesday, Jay Peters

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Twitter Spaces on the web. | Image: Twitter You’ll be able to join Twitter’s Clubhouse-like Spaces from desktop and mobile web browsers starting Wednesday, the company announced, making the company’s social audio rooms much more widely accessible. Previously, you could only join Spaces from Twitter’s iOS and Android apps. You can get a look at what a Spaces look like …

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You can join Twitter’s Clubhouse-like Spaces rooms from a browser starting Wednesday,

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You’ll be able to join Twitter’s Clubhouse-like Spaces from desktop and mobile web browsers starting Wednesday, the company announced, making the company’s social audio rooms much more widely accessible. Previously, you could only join Spaces from Twitter’s iOS and Android apps. You can get a look at what a Spaces look like on the web in screenshots below, from Twitter. …

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The PS5 will be profitable next month — and Uncharted 4 is coming to PC, Sean Hollister

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Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge In February, Sony revealed it was selling the PlayStation 5 at a loss — but that’s imminently about to change. The PS5 should hit break-even in June, and become profitable the very same month, according to a presentation the company shared with investors (PDF) during its investor day today. Needless to say, that’s …

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Gravitational wave ‘memories’ could help us find elusive cosmic strings, ,

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Paul M. Sutter is an astrophysicist at The Ohio State University, host of Ask a Spaceman and “Space Radio,” and author of “Your Place in the Universe.” Sutter contributed this article to Space.com’s Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights. Many theories of the early universe predict that the cosmos should be flooded with cracks in space-time, called cosmic strings, but no …

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Uber finally recognizes UK driver union in historic agreement,

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Uber has finally recognized a union of its own drivers. Allow yourself that single moment of elation before we get to the rest of the details. GMB trade union in the UK (it’s not really an acronym for anything, as it was shortened from General, Municipal, Boilermakers’ and Allied Trade Union some 40 years ago) managed to clinch union recognition …