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(Reuters) -Duolingo Inc said on Monday it had raised the price target range for its initial public offering in the United States, in a sign there is high investor appetite for shares of the language learning app.
(Reuters) - An unprecedented number of people falsifying identities to claim U.S. jobless benefits during the pandemic sparked a surge in government spending to curtail the fraud, creating a fierce new battle in the identification business.
(Reuters) -Duolingo Inc said on Monday it aims to be valued as much as $3.41 billion in its U.S. initial public offering, as the language-learning app maker seeks to cash in on rapidly rising interest for online education tools during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many people of all ages may be participating in civic life without even realising it – through play. Gamers engage in debates and political discussions, take on others' perspectives, and even protest issues about both physical and virtual worlds.
When two comedians started a podcast about Britney Spears’s quirky Instagram posts, they had no idea it would fuel a global online movement uniting superfans with rights activists in outrage over the star’s legal situation.
For a few years now, several applications have been giving users the opportunity to learn new languages online on their smartphones.
(Reuters) - Big Tech platforms Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook were hit with a series of antitrust lawsuits by the U.S. federal government and states on charges they are operating monopolies and abusing their power.
Amazon.com Inc has won US permission to use radar to monitor consumers’ sleep habits.
A bigger screen calls for a bigger budget, with cheaper options coming with many little compromises, warn tech experts.
Balancing a new software programming job and caring for a toddler in Tokyo, LaShawn Toyoda saw increasing confusion in her social media feeds among non-Japanese speakers about how they could get a Covid-19 vaccine.