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Android 12 might debut on October 4th

Android 12 has taken longer to bake than many of its predecessors, but the end might finally be in sight. XDA editor-in-chief Mishaal Rahman claims Google plans to release the AOSP (Android Open Source Project) version of Android 12 on October 4th. As the company often releases polished public releases at the same time as AOSP, that hints Pixel owners may get their upgrade starting that day.

If the timing holds up, this also sets expectations for the Pixel 6 launch. Google can’t really ship its new range-topping phones without Android 12, so it’s unlikely to formally debut the Pixel

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ICPunks to release 10,000 free NFTs in debut drop on the Internet Computer

ICPunks has announced the release of 10,000 nonfungible tokens (NFT) on the Internet Computer. Users are eligible to claim their free token Wednesday at 8 pm UTC.

Conceptualized by brothers Przemek and Tomasz Chojecki, alongside Adam Stępnik, the trio was inspired to create the avatars following acronym comparisons to the 1990s hip-hop duo Insane Clown Posse and the overwhelming success of the legendary CryptoPunk NFTs.

Following a series of exclusive early releases, it is expected that only 3,000 punks will be available to claim, one per user, at the time of release.

Cointelegraph spoke to Przemek, a co-founder of the

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UiPath rises 23% in NYSE debut after one of top software IPO’s ever

People celebrate the UiPath IPO outside the New York Stock Exchange, April 21, 2021.

Source: NYSE

UiPath rose 23% in the company’s stock market debut on Wednesday after the software vendor and its investors reeled in $1.34 billion in the company’s IPO. The shares closed at $69.

The company, whose software helps businesses automate repetitive tasks, sold shares Tuesday night at $56 apiece, above its expected price range of $52 to $54. At the closing price, UiPath had a market value of $35.8 billion.

If underwriters buy their allotted shares, UiPath’s offering will be the third-biggest ever for a U.S.

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