The new feature aims to keep audiences in the Twitter eco-system, with readers able to see a headline and access the longer note by clicking on a link. "Since the company's earliest days, writers have depended on Twitter to share their work, get noticed, be read, create conversation - everything but the actual writing," the company said, making the announcement using the new Notes product. On Wednesday, it said it was folding Revue into the new Notes product, which allows writers to embed gifs, photos and other features into long-form essays that can be read on and off Twitter. She said the feature would encourage people to stay within the platform itself, rather than linking out to other websites that can host long-form content. Twitter said the events were unrelated. Social media expert Dr Laura Toogood said the trial was a significant step for Twitter. "It will also encourage existing users to blog within Twitter, rather than move to other websites for this purpose, which will help to retain their audience." The firm announced in April it was working on an edit button, shortly after Mr Musk - who had called for such a feature - revealed he had bought a large stake in the company. (BBC). Continue reading.
Apple says “many additional Bluetooth and USB game controllers are supported by the Game Controller” starting with tvOS 16; • HDR10+ support: The latest generation of high dynamic range technology will be supported in the Apple TV app on tvOS 16; • Video-forward featuring on the Apple TV+ tab: Rich video previews at the top of the Apple TV+ tab help users discover their next favorite Apple Original; • Apple Fitness+: With tvOS 16, at key moments in the workout, Intensity Metrics are called out and will appear on the screen for motivation.
The new feature aims to keep audiences in the Twitter eco-system, with readers able to see a headline and access the longer note by clicking on a link.
While BOE’s reinstated position as a parts supplier for the iPhone 13 doesn’t guarantee any involvement in the iPhone 14’s production, according to (opens in new tab), Apple is re-evaluating their validity as a potential supplier this week, which could lead to greater competition for Samsung Display's order total and, again, the potential for a more affordable iPhone.
Apple CEO Tim Cook was interviewed by China Daily, and he made an interesting comment when asked about AR headsets.