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Slack, the productivity chat tool used by more than 10 million daily active users, has filed confidential plans to go public with the SEC.
Last year the company was valued at 7 billion dollars.
2019 could end up being the year of IPO's.
AirBnB, Pinterest, Uber and Lyft all plan on going public this year as well.
Instant tethering is spreading beyond just Google's products.
Now the ability to quickly share a smartphone's data connection will work with a number of non-Google made devices, including Chromebooks from Acer, Dell, HP, Samsung and more.
It will also work with mobile phones from HTC, Huawei, and LG.
For a full list, head to CNET.
And finally, online eyeglasses pioneer Warby Parker is introducing an AR powered virtual try-on feature for those who want a better idea of what a pair of glasses will look like on them before a purchase.
The feature will only work on the iPhone X, XR and XS because the tech runs off of Apples's AR kit, it's also live right now.
You can see it today with the latest by visiting cnet.
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