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The workplace messaging platform is working on new ways of telling our coworkers that we’re really, really not available.
Some people have ditched dating apps—and opted to bare their souls via a public, view-only link instead.
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The company is raising the prices of its VR headsets by $100, creating another potential barrier to mass adoption of the technology.
Adding video to Slack’s popular Huddles feature could herald a new digital hang space—or just reinvent video meetings.
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The live chats of the past are now in our pockets and inescapable. We need better boundaries.