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Instagram started hiding like counts for some users in the US this week according to the company's CEO Adam Mosseri.
Instagram began testing the feature in Canada back in May before expanding the experiment to other countries.
Was there, he said Instagram was making the move in the interest of improving well being on the platform.
Apple is looking to release an augmented reality headset by 2022 and a sleeker set of AR glasses by 2023.
This according to report Monday from the information.
Apple executives reportedly discussed plans for its AR devices during an internal presentation to employees, including new details about the designed end features of its AR headset.
Finally, Motorola introduced to the world its new RAZR.
It's a 6.2 inch Android phone with a foldable screen and a style that harkens back to the original RAZR.
There's a large chin on the bottom, which has is a fingerprint sensor antennas and more.
The [UNKNOWN] dollar device will be a Verizon lifetime exclusive in the US.
The Moto razor will be up for pre order on December 26.
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