Twitter won't delete inactive accounts, Black Friday sales going strong
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Twitter is holding off on plans to remove inactive accounts after users raise concerns about losing the accounts of people who've died.
Twitter initially announced that it would remove users who hadn't signed in for more than six months by December 11.
putting an update on Twitter support.
The company said it heard concerns and would not remove inactive accounts until it created a new way for people to memorialize them.
Black Friday may have come and gone but the sales will continue over the weekend and into Cyber Monday.
Retailers such as Amazon, target and Walmart are still offering huge savings on tax.
Amazon has knocked 200$ off the price of the new MacBook Air while Target is offering the 2017 iPad Pro for a massive 300$ off.
Meanwhile, Wal-Mart has big discounts on the PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox bundles.
You can find all the biggest deals at cnet.com.
If you happen to drive by a Russian farm, [UNKNOWN] a bunch of dairy cows wearing a VR glasses, then know they're not playing Tetris Effect.
They're watching serene pasture scenes, researchers hope will keep them calm so they produce more milk.
on a farm near Moscow farmers are trying out new prototype VR glasses that have been altered to be worn comfortably by cows.
The emotional state of cattle plays an important role in dairy production.
So if this child is successful, expect caviar to come to a field near you soon.
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