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The “incident” happened with the James Webb Space Telescope.

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But the zoom / A technician stands near some parts of the main glass of the James’ Spiderweb Space Telescope.

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Hijackers use this new Apple product to steal cars

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WhatsApp Update Allows Temporary Messages by default – current

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An update was released yesterday for the instant messaging program WhatsApp (6), which will add temporary messaging features for new conversations by default.

According to the company, the new feature could be changed by users, who will determine how long messages are available in history. Available options: 24 hours, 7 days, 90 days, or disabled – while the messages remain available at all times.

Meta’s WhatsApp, previously Facebook, said in a statement that the change is aimed at improving privacy and ensuring that users can have “direct conversations.”

“Our mission is to connect the world with privacy. As our conversations increasingly take place in the digital world, we know how special it is to just sit with someone and talk in private, knowing that at this moment everything is just between you. The freedom that exists in the opportunity to open up, to speak frankly with confidence that this conversation will not be recorded or saved forever is priceless, ”the note explains.

Users who accept the new standard will be notified of the feature activation in a notification that will be at the top of conversations. Both recipients and senders will be notified of the length of the messages.

The temporary message function can also be used on media files such as videos, photos and audio files. The function, however, has already been performed earlier.

With information from Agência Brasil

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Update: 343 says this will be implemented at a later date.

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343 Industries has confirmed that it is working on a feature that will allow campaign missions to be replayed in the same save.

343’s Paul Crocker confirmed to The Verge that they don’t have a date to report yet, but are working on it.

“We want to have a replay function that works well, and when you have more open play, it gets more complex,” Crocker confirmed.

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The Halo Infinite campaign is almost here, and Microsoft has confirmed that one of the features that existed in previous games in the series will not be available in this new release.

Like games like Destiny, and unlike previous Halo games, Infinite takes you to the open world and prevents you from repeating campaign missions in a single save. If you lose any of the collectibles, you can return to the mission location in this open world to retrieve it, but in the case of the first two missions, you will have to create a new save.

In statements to PolygonMicrosoft confirmed that this option is missing from Halo Infinite in the traditional way, which, through a menu, allowed you to repeat missions, select difficulty, and activate skulls.

“After the game is over, you have the option to continue exploring the scene, but for missions like the first two, where you are not yet in the ring, you cannot replay in the same game file.”

Microsoft makes it clear that you can collect audio files, hunt for targets and get what you missed, but you cannot repeat campaign missions in the same save.

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