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WhatsApp: Mark Zuckerberg reveals new privacy features

Liv McMahon Technology journalist an hour ago Photo credit, Getty Images Meta announces new privacy features for WhatsApp users. Users will be able to silently leave group chats, control who can see their online status, and block screenshots on View Once messages. Meta chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said it would help keep WhatsApp messaging “as …

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Elden Ring: Update 1.06 Details (News, Balancing, Bugs…) | Xbox One

It has now been almost 5 months since Elden Ring is available and delights fans of the genre. This does not prevent From Software from taking care of its baby, which is now receiving a new update. Update 1.06 Unveiled These are several additions as well as balancing changes that are mainly offered in this …

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New betas (developer) for macOS Ventura, tvOS 16 and Xcode 14

This fall, Apple will roll out macOS Ventura for everyone. In the meantime, only beta editions are available for the moment. What’s more, some are only offered to developersthe time that these report a maximum of bugs to Cupertino before the rest of the users can enjoy it with a little more security. This is …

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you now have a little over two days to delete your annoying messages

The messaging application has just increased the maximum duration beyond which it is possible to delete a message from a conversation. You now have a little over two days. That’s it. WhatsApp has officially extended the length of time you can delete posts of a conversation. The feature, spotted in early July in a beta …

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Decomposing fish help solve the mystery of how soft tissue fossils formed

New research at the University of Leicester has transformed scientists’ understanding of how spectacular fossils form with delicate soft tissue. While most fossils are “hard” tissues, such as bones, shells or teeth, some rare sites around the world had unique conditions that allowed minerals to fossilize soft parts such as skin, muscle and other organs …

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