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Do you love news? Do you love letters? Do you love The Verge? If you answered "yes" to those questions, then you're in luck, because The Verge now has its very own newsletter!

We're starting up daily emails to let readers know about the most important, exciting, and interesting articles of the day. These items will be handpicked and curated by our editors to give you a convenient list of the day's must-read stories, delivered right to your inbox. Because let's be honest: your inbox is lonely and it's looking for some special company.

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