Instagram asks you to rethink captions, Samsung foldable leaked?
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A new Instagram feature will notify users when their captions on a photo or video may be considered offensive, we'll give them the chance to write something else before posting, parent company, Facebook, said, in a blog post on Monday.
Instagram edit a similar feature on comments earlier this year.
The additions are part of the platform's growing anti bullying efforts.
Android users will finally get a message like features the arrival of RCS text messaging.
Google's reach communication service will bring new features like chat over WiFi, read receipts, typing indicators and the ability to send and receive high res images and videos.
Just update messages and carrier services to get the new features.
And finally, Samsung's next foldable phone may have leaked.
Images of a clam show a foldable phone first appear on China's Webo.
It [INAUDIBLE] republished by reliable [INAUDIBLE] IC universe to identify the device as quote Samsung's next generation Galaxy Fold There are four total images showing a sleek black device, opening up the phone shows a flexible display with a punch hole for the front facing camera.
Report say the next foldable from Samsung could arrive as early as next year.
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