Twitter previews major new features, Apple gets bigger presence in Target
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Twitter announced some new features.
First up is super follows.
This allows someone to charge followers a fee to receive perks like extra content.
Then there's communities which is similar to Facebook groups.
There, people can join in on a conversation Centered around a specific topic.
Unfortunately, Twitter did not give a timeline as to when these features will roll out.
A new startup called framework has introduced a laptop that is designed to let users upgrade the machines themselves.
The framework laptop features an expansion card system so you can swap ports in and out.
The company says that high use parts like the battery, screen, and keyboard are easy to replace.
Pricing is not yet announced, but the framework laptop will start shipping in the summer of this year.
Target announced it is doubling its Apple footprint in stores for what is going to be a quote dedicated shopping experience.
In other words target will feature something like mini Apple Stores within their locations.
Apple is also providing training to target employees who are working with their products.
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