Slack gets threaded messages, Netflix killed it last quarter
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Team productivity platform Slack is finally getting something it's users have been desperately clamoring for, threaded messages.
The collaboration tool will receive the update in the coming days.
Now, messages can be followed on a single thread, instead of having to refer back to a specific passage that might be very old.
Do you slack?
And a lot of offices do.
This is a big deal.
First launched in 2014 the Android One initiative was designed to standardize the version of the mobile operating system for inexpensive smartphones but it never really took off.
That might soon change as The Information is reporting that a device could surface in the first half of the year possibly from LG.
The program has seen a few releases overseas but it's behind schedule in the U-S.
And, finally, more good news for Netflix.
The company beat expectations in nearly every Q4 projection and has shown impressive international growth as well.
The streaming service added two million subscribers in the U-S alone.
And all the buzz caused the company's stock to jump 9%
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