Twitter lets you hide replies, Google makes it easier to get movie tickets
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Twitter is rolling out a feature globally that will let users hide replies to their tweets.
The feature was previously tested in the US, Japan and Canada.
During the test, Twitter learned that users hid replies that they thought were irrelevant off topic or annoying.
The ability to hide replies will be available on the iPhone, Android and the desktop version of Twitter.
Google is launching duplex on the web, a booking service that's basically autofill on steroids.
Google partnered with 70 movie theater and ticket companies including AMC, Fandango, and odr.
The search giant will eventually expand to the booking system to include car rental reservations.
Amazon introduced the new dash smart shelf.
It's a Wi Fi connected smart scale available in three sizes.
Amazon says it's for businesses.
Place your supplies like coffee cups on the dash shelf.
When you're running out of that item, the shelf can reorder that item or send you notifications if you'd like to.
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