WhatsApp’s newest feature: read notification

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WhatsApp is already starting to enact features similar to Facebook.

Now, the messaging app acquired by Facebook has checkmarks to show that a message has been read. It also shows when a message has been delivered.
WhatsApp wrote about this in the Q&A section:

In a group chat, the second check marks will appear when all participants in the group have received your message. The two blue check marks will appear when all participants in the group have read your message.
If you only see a single check mark next to your message, there is likely nothing wrong with WhatsApp or your phone. There may be several reasons why your message has been sent, but not delivered to your chat partner:
Their phone might be off.
They could be sleeping, especially if they live in a different time zone.
They might be experiencing network connection issues.
They might have seen the notification on their screen, but did not launch the app (especially common if the recipient uses an iPhone).
They might have blocked you. For more information read this article.
Readers: What other features from Facebook would you want to see in WhatsApp?

Facebook Announces there Anti Ebola Initiatives

thats wright even Facebook is getting involved in the ebola crisis now.

“Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, donated $25 million to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control Foundation last month to aid the fight against the Ebola virus, and the social network announced Thursday that it is joining the fight with three related initiatives — offering an easy way for users to donate to the cause, teaming up with UNICEF to provide information and working with NetHope to connect medical and aid workers in affected regions”.

“Ebola-related content was also added to the Internet.org application for Zambia and Tanzania last”

link to webpage is image

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Rita Ora Blames ‘Hacker’ After Twitter Fan Promo Backfires!!!

On Halloween, pop singer Rita Ora made a special promise to her Twitter fans: “Dropping my new song Monday if this gets 100,000 retweets,” she wrote.

Sounds good, right? Ora has almost four million followers, so the promo was basically a lock. Or so she must have thought: when the message picked up less than 2,000 retweets, it was clear that she was going to finish a long way short of her lofty target.

So she deleted the tweet.

however the consequences of the failed prom and her attempting to remove the evidence caused quit alot of backlash in the Facebook community both fans and others which caused a hell of a lot of shame to be shoot at her.

so what did Rita Ora do to get her self out of this hole:,apologize,make the actual freaking song,kill herself from the shame.

No she blamed hackers. -__-

Rita Ora Blames 'Hacker' After Twitter Fan Promo Backfires