Last night, we reported that Facebook had "unsent" messages from Mark Zuckerberg and other executives, causing them to disappear from recipients' inboxes. Now the company says it wants to give normal users that ability too, though the feature may take several months to launch.
Facebook says that moving forward, it won't allow its executives to unsend messages until these capabilities are available to everyone.
The towers, which are like high-tech vending machines distributing customers' online purchases, were first introduced into nearly 200 stores in 2017. The idea is that customers could save more on their orders, then pickup in the store, where they might buy more things — while also saving Walmart on shipping expenses.
In a recent interview with Vox, Mark Zuckerberg used the example of Myanmar, where he claimed Facebook had successfully rooted out and prevented hate speech through a system that scans chats inside Messenger. That claim has been rejected in a letter signed by six organizations in Myanmar, including tech accelerator firm Phandeeyar.
The Razer Game Store will compete with Steam and Amazon, but it could to grab gamers' attention with perks like the chance to earn more credits in Razer's zSilver loyalty program, plus exclusive discounts on games and Razer hardware.