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Instagram's Story Highlights feature lets you save Stories forever

Instagram's Story Highlights feature lets you save Stories forever

Stories Highlights will appear in a horizontal carousel near the top of accounts' profile pages above the gallery of photos and videos shared to Instagram's main feed, and there is no limit on how many Stories Highlights can be displayed on an account's profile page.


Introducing Messenger Kids, a New App For Families to Connect | Facebook Newsroom

Introducing Messenger Kids, a New App For Families to Connect | Facebook Newsroom

Authenticate: Then, authenticate your child's device using your own Facebook username and password. Parents can approve people for their kids to chat with, create a mini profile for them and more . Another user going by the name @AfrikanNerd tweeted saying "Facebook Refugees" are trying to figure out how to use Twitter . Parents control kids accounts and contacts through the Messenger Kids Controls panel in their main Facebook app.


Rumour: God of War PS4's Release Date May Have Been Leaked

Rumour: God of War PS4's Release Date May Have Been Leaked

While Sony usually releases big titles on a Tuesday or Friday, March 22 is also the release date of the original God of War from 2005, which might mean that Sony intends to release the new God of War installment on the same day as the original.


The Divisions getting a huge update

The Divisions getting a huge update

This free period will be available across all available platforms and accessible to free weekend players. Tom Clancy's The Division Update 1.8 has been code-named Resistance by the developers, with the new area of the map being West Side Pier.


Sensex slips 108 pts ahead of RBI meet, on Asian cues

Sensex slips 108 pts ahead of RBI meet, on Asian cues

The 50-share NSE Nifty inched up 5.95 points, or 0.06 per cent, to 10,127.75 points. Sector-wise, the S&P BSE IT index gained by 145.14 points, metal index by 68.85 points and Teck (technology, media and entertainment) index by 64.81 points.


NASA nails test on Voyager spacecraft, 13 billion miles away

NASA nails test on Voyager spacecraft, 13 billion miles away

The U.S. space agency reports in a news release that it was able to activate a set of four different backup thrusters on the farthest traveled spacecraft for the first time since 1980. The Voyager flight team dug up old records and studied the original software before tackling the test. In its heydays, Voyager 1 has flown by planets, such as Saturn, Jupiter, and also some of their significant moons.