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Perhaps the biggest innovation since the launch of Twitter. How the post editing feature will work

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Twitter is preparing to roll out a very important feature that users have been asking for for a long time. The news about the ability to edit messages was first perceived as an April Fool’s joke, but then the company confirmed that this was indeed the case. We now have details on how tweet editing will work.

Perhaps the biggest innovation since the launch of Twitter.  How the post editing feature will work

According to app developer Nima Ouji, Twitter will add a timer while editing a tweet. At this point, it’s unclear if users will only have 30 minutes to edit posts, or if that time will change by the time the feature arrives.

It also states that you won’t be able to like, retweet or reply to the original version of the tweet. That is, after editing, you can only interact with the new version of this tweet, but the old one will remain.

Perhaps the biggest innovation since the launch of Twitter.  How the post editing feature will work

In April, developer Jane Manchun Wong already reported that tweets would remain “unchanged” even with the introduction of the “Edit Tweet” feature. That is, instead of editing the original tweet, the platform will create a new tweet with a different ID. Moreover, Twitter will keep a record of the original tweet, as well as any previous changes made by the user.

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Redmi Note 8 will not receive MIUI 13. Support for this model has been discontinued

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A source who regularly publishes details about firmware for Xiaomi smartphones shared bad news for users of the once very popular Redmi Note 8 model: it will not receive MIUI 13 firmware, although previously there were no prerequisites for this model not to be updated to MIUI 13 (albeit based on Android 11) was not.

Redmi Note 8 will not receive MIUI 13. Support for this model has been discontinued

It’s a rather interesting situation: MIUI 13 internal beta testing for Redmi Note 8 started on November 24 – and firmware updates have been regularly released all this time. Yes, they were not available to a wide audience, but the work was carried out, and it was carried out for almost half a year. But on June 16, everything stopped, and that’s it: work on the release of MIUI 13 for Redmi Note 8 was stopped. He joined Mi CC9, Mi CC9 Meitu, Mi 9 SE, Redmi K20, Redmi K20 Pro and Mi 9, which will not receive MIUI 13 either. Redmi Note 8 Pro will not receive MIUI 13 either.

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Anbernic to release $300 Windows 10 handheld game console in July

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The Chinese company Anbernic will launch the Win600 handheld game console based on the AMD Athlon processor with Radeon Vega 3 graphics in July. The novelty will receive Windows 10 Home and Linux-based Steam OS support, as well as a price tag of $ 300.

Anbernic to release $300 Windows 10 handheld game console in July

Promised 8 GB of RAM, but only in single-channel mode. There will also be 128 or 256 GB in the form of an M.2 2242 SSD. The device will receive a design typical of such consoles, which includes a small screen, D-Pad, analog sticks, control buttons and triggers. Also, the novelty will receive active cooling, stereo speakers, as well as headphone and microphone outputs.

It seems that such a console would be well suited for running retro games or streaming games in the clouds. Given that the hardware is rather weak, it is unlikely that she will be able to run the same Cyberpunk 2077.

Earlier, we recall, AOKZOE introduced the A1 console with a much more powerful processor and graphics.

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Samsung Galaxy M11 received Android 12 with One UI 4.1 interface

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Samsung’s update train has finally made its way to entry-level smartphones, with one of its previously popular models, the Galaxy M11, getting Android 12 with One UI 4.1.

Samsung Galaxy M11 received Android 12 with One UI 4.1 interface

So far, the update has only been released in Vietnam – it will take at least a few more weeks for a truly global release. The software is numbered M115FXXU3CVF6 and includes the June Android security updates. The list of innovations has not been published, however, given the budgetary status of the Galaxy M11, not all One UI 4.1 features can be implemented in it.

The Galaxy M11, we recall, was released in the spring of 2020 with Android 10 preinstalled. The Snapdragon 450-based model later received the One UI 3.1 update based on Android 11.

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