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  • Snapchat To Let You Edit Sent Messages
  • FTC Mad Razer Made Millions With RGB Mask
  • Google Building A Fart Button Into Androids
  • T-Mobile Buys Mint For $1.35 Billion


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Snapchat Letting You Edit Messages After Sending

Snapchat is set to introduce several new features, including the ability to edit unread messages within five minutes of sending them — initially available exclusively to Snapchat Plus subscribers.

The update also brings emoji reactions, map reactions, and a new AI-powered reminders function to help users track important deadlines.

Snapchat is also upgrading its Bitmoji capabilities with AI-generated clothing options and introducing AI Lenses for creating vintage-style Polaroid images from selfies.

Razer Made Millions From Selling An RGB Mask

Razer is set to refund $1.1 million to consumers who bought its Zephyr face mask, which was advertised as having N95-grade filters—a claim the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has challenged.

The FTC asserts that Razer did not test the filters to N95 standards, leading to a proposed settlement after consumer complaints and negative media attention.

It was Initially marketed as a high-tech, cyberpunk-style mask during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the Zephyr mask was later clarified by Razer not to be a medical device or personal protective equipment.

The FTC’s action also includes a $100,000 civil penalty against Razer and a prohibition against making unsubstantiated health-related claims, particularly regarding COVID-19.

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Google Building A Fart Button Into Android

Google is updating its Phone app on Android to include “Audio Emoji,” a feature that lets users play sound effects during calls, including clapping, laughing, crying, partying, a drum sting, and a fart sound.

These effects can be accessed via a button in the dialer during a call, and aims to add a playful element to phone conversations, though its practical utility may be limited after the novelty wears off.

With Google I/O approaching on May 14th, further details on this quirky addition are expected.


T-Mobile Buys Mint Mobile For $1.35 Billion

T-Mobile has officially acquired Mint Mobile, as well as its parent company Ka’ena Corporation, which includes Ultra Mobile and the wholesale wireless provider Plum — an acquisition valued at up to $1.35B.

Despite the change in ownership, Mint will maintain its popular $15 per month plan for 5GB of data, with payments required three months in advance.

Mint and Ultra Mobile customers will now also benefit from T-Mobile’s scam call screening service and free Canada roaming, while Ultra customers will receive enhanced data roaming in Mexico.

Mint founders David Glickman and Rizwan Kassim will join T-Mobile to lead the brands, with Ryan Reynolds continuing as Mint’s ambassador.

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