Facebook is testing six new “Reactions” — Love, Haha, Yay, Wow, Sad and Angry — in Spain and Ireland. They may be available more broadly within weeks.
The 67-year-old author has written several books that lend a human voice to major historical events in the former Soviet Union and Russia, such as World War II, the Soviet-Afghan War, and the Chernobyl disaster.
It's a laptop
It’s called the Surface Book. It has a detachable touch screen, and "Microsoft is calling the Surface Book the fastest 13-inch laptop ever made," Mashable reports.
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In a Vanity Fair interview, the singer said Dolezal “legit changed people’s perspective a bit and woke people up.”
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It’s Krzysztof Charamsa
“I want the Church and my community to know who I am: a gay priest who is happy, and proud of his identity,” he said.
The “Add Connections” service let users import connections to the site through their email, and LinkedIn would then send the connections invitations. But if the person did not respond to the invitation, LinkedIn took advantage of the access to people’s contact lists to send two follow-up emails to remind the person of the pending invite. The court found that this action was done without users’ consent.
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American Apparel has seen spiraling sales and an ever-sinking stock price since a management upheaval began about a year ago.
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It's Lionel Messi
Prosecutors claim that Messi’s father, who managed his son’s finances, failed to pay tax on his son’s earnings by using shell companies in Uruguay, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and Belize between 2007 and 2009.
Dorsey took to Twitter on Monday to announce it. Twitter’s board said in June that it was only considering those “who are in a position to make a full-time commitment to Twitter,” a stance the board jettisoned when they settled on Dorsey.