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  • Business
    Engadget

    Bluesky now allows heads of state to join the platform

    A post from the official Bluesky account on Friday notified users that it's lifted its ban on heads of state. The policy has been in place for the last year. Bluesky recently opened itself up to public signups after previously requiring invite codes.

  • Business
    TechCrunch

    Tesla drops prices, Meta confirms Llama 3 release, and Apple allows emulators in the App Store

    Heya, folks, welcome to Week in Review (WiR), TechCrunch's regular newsletter that recaps the past few days in tech. Google's annual enterprise-focused dev conference, Google Cloud Next, dominated the headlines -- and we had plenty of coverage from the event. Lorenzo wrote about how hackers stole over ~340,000 Social Security numbers from government consulting firm Greylock McKinnon Associates (GMA).

  • Technology
    TechCrunch

    Naval Ravikant's Airchat is a social app built around talk, not text

    Airchat is a new social media app that encourages users to “just talk.” A previous version of Airchat was released last year, but the team — led by AngelList founder Naval Ravikant and former Tinder product exec Brian Norgard — rebuilt the app and relaunched it on iOS and Android yesterday. Currently invite-only, Airchat is already ranked #27 in social networking on Apple’s App Store.