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Snapchat unveils custom Stories, amid battle with Facebook

Snapchat unveils custom Stories, amid battle with Facebook

You can also invite all nearby Snapchat users to participate; Snapchat will create a 1-block geofence around your current location; those stories can only be seen and contributed to by your friends and, if you like, friends of friends. The update comes as Snapchat's user growth is slowing amid a heated battle with the Facebook-owned Instagram. "You decide who can add to the story and who can view it - you can also choose to geofence the story to a location, ' reads Snap's announcement".


Kvitova to decide this week on French Open comeback

Kvitova to decide this week on French Open comeback

PRAGUE (AP ) - Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova will decide this week whether she will make her comeback at the French Open. The draw for the French Open will take place on Friday and Kvitova's spokesperson Karel Tejkal said the Czech star could still make the May 28-June 11 Grand Slam.



Ariana Grande 'broken' after blast outside her show kills 22

Grande, who was not injured, tweeted hours later: "Broken". "From the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words". I've got people I don't even know looking for her, people messaging me, saying we've got her photo, looking for her, we'll get in contact if we see her.



New WannaCry fix recovers your files without any ransom

It also accounts for almost half of all OS platforms running on computers worldwide. "But this is so far the only workable solution to help enterprises to recover their files if they have been infected and have no back-ups" which allow users to restore data without paying black-mailers.


Indiana's Unemployment Rate Declines To 3.6 Percent In April

Indiana's Unemployment Rate Declines To 3.6 Percent In April

The national unemployment rate (4.4 percent) is as low as it's been in years, but state rates are low as well, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday. But the positive trend was only due to the labor force shrinking by 12,100, or 1.2 percent, over the last 12 months, from 1,028,900 to 1,016,800 jobs.



For WannaCry Victims, a Possible Way Out

Most people Don't update their PCs - According to surveys done by NetMarketShare, almost half of the PCs now being used around the world, are powered by Windows 7 . During the scan, all you can do is wait and hope that your prime numbers have not been overwritten. Of the two tools, WanaKiwi is reportedly the easier one to use.