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And this time: Instagram has folded and is canceling changes to the application, the Chinese missile that crashed over Malaysia, and this is how you will save your electric bike's battery |

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Thursday, 04 August 2022, 09:44 Updated: 10:36

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The users won

Instagram folded - and the users won: after severe criticism, the CEO of Instagram, Adam Mosari, announced the cancellation of a number of changes that were recently launched. Among other things, a design change in the application, which included full-screen content, similar to Tiktok, and content recommendations with an emphasis on video (reels) , even from accounts whose users do not follow.

The person who saved Instagram from failure, apparently, is Kylie Jenner, who has no less than 360 million followers. Jenner revolted against the new moves of the social network and stated that she was not satisfied in a post under the title "Give back Instagram to be Instagram again.

Stop trying to be Tiktok."

The danger of electric bicycles

The disasters in recent years have given us an unpleasant reminder of the dangers in the rechargeable batteries we all use from the smartphone, through the computer to the car.

The latest case happened this week, when an 11-year-old from Netanya was seriously injured after his electric bike's battery caught fire.

How will you take care of the batteries and prevent a disaster?

Again: the trouble comes from China

China continues to provide headlines: a huge rocket of the Chinese space agency weighing 23 tons, lost control and crashed this weekend in the Indian Ocean region, near Malaysia.

The Chinese authorities reported that the rocket, which sent a central part intended for the future Chinese space station, burned up almost completely upon entering the atmosphere.

And this is not the first time a missile of the same type - Long March 5B - loses control and crashes.

Last May, a missile of the same model crashed in the Indian Ocean without causing any damage.

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Spotify, Apple - behind you

Tiktok is developing a streaming music service - according to a new report.

According to the publication, the company has filed trademark registration applications for the name TikTok Music in the US and Australia. According to the application, "the service will allow users to "play, purchase, share and download music, songs, albums and song lyrics and recommend playlists".

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