Instagram's new features, Uber wants you to compliment drivers
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Instagram is receiving a major update to its mobile app which will allow users to stream live video from the stories section.
Similar to Facebook Live, viewers can interact with the live stream by liking and posting emojis in realtime.
These videos however will not be made available after the stream.
Instagram is also rolling out a feature that will let users send disappearing images and videos to one another through private messages, a feature, which of course, is very similar to what Snapchat does.
Apple is reportedly getting out of the router business, which would mark the en of a product line it hasn't updated in three years.
According to Bloomburg, the division that previously worked on the AirPort Express Extreme and Time Capsule products, is being eliminated and those working within it will be moved to other sections of the company.
And finally, Uber is introducing a new way to pay your driver compliments.
Riders can used a number of canned appraisals or they can they can write their own and add it to their post trip review.
The new system could motivate drivers to provide better service while uses can help provide positive or constructive feedback along the way.
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