Instagram made accidental user's feeds rolls horizontally
No no no no. If you opened Instagram yesterday and found that your timeline orientation was completely changed, you were not alone. Many users discovered that their timeline was moved to "left to right", where the posts could be drained as they might be in stories. When the new timeline appeared, Instagram discovered an alert saying, "Introducing a new way of moving through posts," and telling users to push through to see their posts.
A number of Engadget editors had the new feed direction, but it appears that this update was another fast test that Instagram has already entered.
The Fake Alexa setup tab is topped in Apple's App Store charts
Ride the Tide for Holiday Gift, a fake Alexa set-up has made its way up Apple's App Store charts. The app is called "Setup for Amazon Alexa" and it is from a company called One World Software that 9to5Mac points out, has two other shady apps in the App Store as well. As written, the app was ranked at # 75 in the "Top Free" apps list and # 6 in the top tool apps list. When you start the app, it asks for an IP address and the device's serial number, and so far at least neither Apple nor Amazon seems to have done anything against it.
Disney & # 39; s Star Wars & # 39; theme park trailer takes you within its tours
The full blown Star Wars theme park – the dream. Disney has dropped a new trailer for Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Theme Park and two of the main attractions, "Millennium Falcon: Smuggler's Run" and "Star Wars: Resistance Resistance" – with Disney describing the latter as "the largest and
While there was no side-swiping Instagram interface, you were less than thrilled with Capcom casts ads in Street Fighter V? You'll be delighted to hear they're gone, at least for now. Polygon and others have noticed that sponsored content ads have disappeared from both the "ad style" suits (which remain are available) and the stages themselves. The company has not explained the move, but the serial manufacturer Yoshinori Ono said in mid-December that the team was "collecting everyone's feedback" on sponsored content.
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