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Introducing the Tech Top 10 by The Information

We launched The Information six years ago to the day with a mission to conduct fearless and deep original reporting about the technology industry. The press was only telling part of the tech story. We focused on what was missing—from the early-stage companies that became the next unicorns to the scandals that have ousted CEOs. 

But there’s a second important role that trusted publications play, which is sorting the signal from the noise. 

And as the noise around tech grows louder by the day, we are taking on this second function. 

Our new app, the Tech Top 10 by The Information, will tell you about the most important tech news happening now and why it matters. It’s designed for consumers who want to be plugged into the big tech stories without searching through Twitter or watered-down general news sites. And it’s powered by our newsroom of experienced editors and reporters, not algorithms. 

The app also features a calendar with upcoming tech events, breaking news alerts and more. 

It’s just $29.99 a year or $2.99 a month and you can try risk-free with a seven-day trial. You can download for iOS and Android today. 

We hope you check it out and look forward to your feedback. 

Jessica Lessin founded The Information in 2013 after reporting on Silicon Valley for eight years for the Wall Street Journal. She regularly writes about all things tech, media and the wild ride both industries are in for. She can be found on Twitter at @jessicalessin.

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