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Southwest Airlines flight attendant’s gesture to soothe crying baby makes her story viral on internet

Southwest Airlines flight attendant’s gesture to soothe crying baby makes her story viral on internet

A Southwest Airlines flight attendant acted no less than a fairy for a couple, who was flying with their nine-month-old son for the first time. Flight attendant Anissa Charles went beyond her duty and took initiative to soothe the crying baby boy on the flight.

Heather Gooch, of New York, took on Facebook to praise the gesture of Anissa and how it helped them to have a comfortable journey. Gooch unveiled that she and her husband took their son on a flight from Florida last week.

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Meet New Facebook Bug That Says People Have Been Friends for 46 Years

1B--Meet New Facebook Bug That Says People Have Been Friends for 46 Years

Facebook users are facing an interesting bug which congratulates them on 46 years of friendship with other users. This is quite a strange thing because Facebook itself has been around for around eleven years.

The 46 years of friendship on Facebook was quite a strange think to digest because Facebook isn’t even 15 years old and some of its users seeing this message are far younger than 46 years of age.

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Facebook Glitch says you’ve been Friend with Social Site for 46 Years Now

1B--Facebook Glitch says you’ve been Friend with Social Site for 46 Years Now

A glitch that appeared on Facebook on Thursday shows its users that they have been friends with Facebook for 46 years. The company experts are presently busy in fixing the bug as soon as possible.

At first, it was thought that the issue was experienced by really old accounts. Due to the glitch the largest social network has sent out messages congratulating users for 46 years of friendship with people in their list.

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How will you feel if you find News Feed in Sorted Manner on Facebook Mobile App?

Facebook Mobile App

There is nothing new in asking you a question that you use Facebook or not. As majority of people in this world use most popular social website, Facebook. Over the course of your Facebook usage, you must have liked many pages, posts and must have followed many people. When you have a look at your News feed, you will be flooded with all the kinds of information and a mix of different types of posts and topics. But, won’t that make your wall messy? Or, how will you feel if you will get the chance to sort your News Feed in a better way you can?

Net Neutrality Advocates Oppose Zuckerberg’s Free Basics Plan

Net Neutrality Advocates Oppose Zuckerberg’s Free Basics Plan

An appeal was made by Mark Zuckerberg, Chairman of Facebook, in Times of India newspaper to provide free internet service for accessing some basic sites in India. The proposal has initiated a controversy from net neutrality activists and several queries from regulators. The Free Basics plan recommended by Zuckerberg will allow free accessibility from handsets to Facebook and other basic portals for education, health care and employment listings.

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Google is cooking up new mobile messaging app to hook up people and question-answering chatbots

Google is cooking up new mobile messaging app to hook up people and question-answering chatbots

In a move to avoid outdone by Facebook's AI-assisted M for Messenger, Google has been planning a latest mobile messaging app for engaging people and question-answering chatbots. The Wall Street Journal reported that with the new service, people will be allowed to type in a query and the search engine giant Google would determine the best-fitting chatbot for the answer.

The new app will provide a substitute to traditional search engine of Google when it comes to gathering information.

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