Facebook's facial Captcha, new Instagram features being tested?
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The next evolution of captcha might be uploading a photo of your face.
That's according to Wired after a screen grab showing the verification request circulated on Twitter.
Facebook says the new photo captcha is designed to help the company catch suspicious activity.
Other [UNKNOWN] behavior on the site.
Facebook also says photos uploaded for verification will be deleted forever once used.
The Next Web is reporting that Instagram is testing a bunch of new features for the photo sharing social network.
Perhaps the most major among them are a regram button which will let users repost a post from their feed.
Gif searching for Instagram stories and the ability to save stories locally.
No word yet when or if these will ever see the light of day.
And finally Microsoft's CEO has announced that the company's current Windows 10 operating system has found its way onto 600 million active devices.
While impressive, early projections had hoped that Windows 10 would be on a billion devices by now.
For what it's worth, Google's Android has more than two billion active users.
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