Instagram's caption double-take, Apple Arcade adds yearly subscription
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A new Instagram feature notifies users when their captions on a photo or video may be considered offensive and gives 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.
Google is scrambling to fix a data storage problem that crippled some Android apps that use the company's Chrome browser technology.
Google had distributed new software to 50% of users, but it's unclear how widely the interfaces were used, or how seriously users were affected Finally Apple arcade, the iPhone makers game subscription service will be adding a $50 a year option.
It started off with 499 a month to play 100 exclusive games.
And now there's a new subscription option that would save you about $10 for the year.
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