Twitter's new reply settings, HBO Max gets the 'Snyder Cut'
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Twitter is testing new settings that will let you choose who can reply to your tweet and join in on your conversation.
The company said Wednesday in a blog post, before you send a tweet, you'll be able to choose who can reply from three options.
Everyone on Twitter, only people you follow are only people you mentioned.
If you choose one of the latter two options, your tweets will be labeled and the reply icon will be grayed out so people will see they can't reply.
When Apple rolls out the iPhone 12 there might be something missing in the box, your pod headphones.
The move could potentially drive sales of the company's totally wireless airpods.
Additionally pushed by holiday promotions at the end of 2020.
According to a report from analyst Ming Chico, by not including headphones with the iPhone 12 buyers will have to supply their own, which could also mean purchasing a pair of Apple's air pod or air pod pro headphones.
Currently priced at 160 and $250, respectively.
And finally, the internet briefly lost its mind when it was announced HBO Max was going to exclusively stream the mythical Snyder cut of the movie Justice League next year, the alternate edit of the 2017 DC movie by director Zack Snyder.
Hoping to make it worth your while.
HBO Max is padding the streaming service with much more content than HBO Now or the regular channel has.
The company has invested billions of dollars in the service itself, inexpensive deals to stream popular reruns like Friends and the Big Bang Theory, and its budgets for original programming.
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