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  1. Bay Area start-ups Xwing and Reliable Robotics are trying to revolutionize aviation with pilotless planes.
  2. Dropbox, Airbnb and Salesforce have taken some of the biggest real estate impairments in the tech industry because of vacated office space in San Francisco.
  3. Marqeta, whose payment technology is used by DoorDash and Instacart, plans to go public on over $100 million in quarterly revenue.
  4. A spokesperson said Facebook is working to remove variations of anti-vaccine messages from its frame options, which appear on top of users' profile pictures.
  5. The Colonial Pipeline hack was not the first of a series of sudden attacks on America's critical infrastructure, according to cyber experts.
  6. Tech companies that signed onto the brief include Adobe, Amazon, Apple, Electronic Arts, eBay, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, PayPal, Reddit, StubHub and Twitter.
  7. Former CBS CEO Les Moonves has dropped his legal pursuit of $120 million in severance pay after he left the company in 2018 amid sexual misconduct allegations.
  8. "We're transitioning from the Covid crisis into the other health-care crisis" of affordability, GoodRx co-CEO Doug Hirsch told CNBC.
  9. Dogecoin's price soared as high as 56 cents early Friday, according to Coin Metrics data.
  10. Filipino citizens play video games to supplement income using NFTs, and cryptocurrency amid pandemic induced economic downturn.