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Fortune Just Launched a Startup Edition of Its Tech Newsletter

The cast of Silicon Valley, HBO's scripted show about a startup's journey.The cast of Silicon Valley, HBO's scripted show about a startup's journey.
The cast of Silicon Valley, HBO's scripted show about a startup's journey.Courtesy of HBO

Happy Sunday, dear readers. No, you’re not hallucinating—this is an extra edition of Data Sheet.

Starting today, we’ll be publishing a Sunday edition. In keeping with our weekend tradition, it will have a theme: startups.

Yes, startups—those fledgling companies building or using technology to create new products, services, or even categories. Startups continue to fascinate us with their ability to turn an idea into an industry. Startups can mint millionaires overnight and topple incumbents just as quickly. They can captivate an entire generation with a simple social app.

Fortune has traditionally focused on covering the world’s largest companies because of their outsized impact on industry. But readers of this newsletter know that today’s startups are tomorrow’s Fortune 500 companies.

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Throughout the week we’ll continue to bring you the latest news about Apple, Google, and the rest of the mega caps—not to mention the mega unicorns. But on Sundays, we will use this newsletter to showcase genuine up-and-comers whose products could be the next big thing.

After all, even Apple (No. 3 on the Fortune 500) was once just a few guys tinkering with computers in a garage.

We hope you like this new Startup Sunday edition of Data Sheet. Your feedback, comments, and suggestions are welcome. And of course, don’t forget to subscribe to Data Sheet: fortune.com/getdatasheet.