Tech Digest daily roundup: Twitter restores suicide-prevention hotline

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Twitter has reinstated a promotion feature suicide prevention hotline and other safety resources for users viewing certain content after coming under pressure from users and consumer protection groups. The feature, known as #ThereIsHelp, placed a banner at the top of search results for certain topics, for support organizations in several countries related to mental health, HIV, vaccines, child sexual abuse, COVID-19, gender-based violence Contacts listed. Natural calamities and freedom of expression. reuters said on friday The feature was removed this week. The removal was ordered by Elon Musk, the owner of the social media platform, the report said, citing two people familiar with the matter. Guardian

When Sky’s chief executive unveiled a new streaming-focused television, it vowed to upend the role of TV in the home. “Just like a smartphone is much more than a phone, sky glass “There’s so much more than TV,” said Dana Strong at a glitzy launch party in East London in December. product launch this month, which Frees viewers from clunky satellite dishes or set-top boxes, marked a significant step forward in Sky’s efforts to carve out a new role in the changing media landscape. But as the battle for control of the living room intensifies, and the cost-of-living crisis puts consumer budgets under pressure, the broadcaster faces questions over its future growth. Wire

As one of the biggest games of the year, god of war ragnarok No doubt it will have found itself on a lot of Christmas lists. Following critical acclaim and huge launch sales, the performance of sports award — where it won more categories than any other title — came as no surprise. But never mind its storytelling and graphical prowess, Ragnarok — the latest in a franchise that debuted 17 years ago — was perhaps most notable for its breakthrough innovation in the accessibility category. It was a recognition of how it allowed a whole new community of players to experience it to the max for the first time, something audiences used to find compromised or completely missed. sky News

WhatsApp Time cuts out older smartphones, so it’s no surprise that about 50 devices this year won’t be able to run the messaging app. This is the second time in the last three months that WhatsApp is ending support for a major chunk of Android and iOS devices… This time WhatsApp has confirmed that it will no longer support around 50 phones, including apple iphone 5 and iPhone 5c. The rest of the phones on the list are made by Samsung, Huawei, LG, Sony, Lenovo, and ZTE. phone arena

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Samsung Galaxy S23 The rumors and leaks just keep coming, and today we’ve got some promotional images of the Galaxy S23 Plus and Galaxy S23 Plus Galaxy S23 Ultra Ahead of a possible launch in February, the internet has been buzzing. These images come courtesy 91mobiles (Via sammobile), a source with a decent track record when it comes to the accuracy of its information. These photos certainly look like they’re authentic, although of course we can’t consider them official just yet. just a couple of days ago We heard As for the ‘signature’ colors these phones will come in…here we can actually see those colors: pink for the Plus and green for the Ultra. tech radar

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