For all those who were hoping Instagram would stop turning into a Snapchat clone, here's news for you: Instagram has added a new exciting feature for its users, enabling them to reply to Instagram Stories with photos and videos. While Instagram aped the "Stories" feature straight off Snapchat, the feature has grown in popularity, with many Insta users posting Stories regularly.
Instagram's is plugging disappearing photo and video messaging right into Stories.
Canada to give apology, millions to compensate former Gitmo detainee
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in 2010 that the actions of federal officials who participated in USA interrogations of Mr. Khadr, now 30, spent more than 10 years in US and Canadian custody, much of that time in the Guantanamo Bay detention centre.
Starting today, you can use all the available formats to respond to a story you like - boomerangs, videos, images, filters and stickers, it's all there for you to use and get creative and fun with your friends.
Tap the new camera icon next to the text reply box when watching a Story to send a photo or video reply. Similar to Instagram Direct's disappearing photos and videos, your friends will be notified if you take a screenshot or replay their response. A sticker of the original story will only be visible to the user so that they know to which story the reply was made. Users can tap on the button to reply with a photo or a video. While most of the new features seem borrowed from each other, the latest Instagram update brings a feature that Snapchat doesn't have yet. You can update your app from Google Play Store.
Israel cuts back Gaza electricity supplies
Palestinian Energy and Natural Resources Authority in Gaza said electricity was reduced by 8 megawatts to the 2 million residents. The Palestinians and the worldwide community consider the settlements obstacles to Palestinian statehood.
Photos and videos that friends send as story replies will show up in the Direct inbox. Watch out friends - we're about to selfie respond to absolutely everything you post!
Google Ends Gmail Ad Scanning
While Google will no longer scan your email to sell advertisements, you can still expect "smart functions "to continue". Google's Gmail is putting an end to the controversial practice of scanning consumer emails for targeted ad campaigns.