Almost all of Facebook's services, including Instagram, Messenger, and even WhatsApp, now implement ephemeral photo and video-sharing abilities, a fact Snapchat definitely isn't too pleased about. Now, not only can you turn yourself into a dog with one of Snapchat's lenses, but your dog can also get in on the fun, too. The social media platform has launched special lenses that are meant to work specifically on puppies. According to the management, the company has left out the dog at that time as the filters are already worked for them.
The feature initially launched with just three lenses, but has since expanded to include several more. Presently, the organization is going full cycle, and including lenses explicitly for dogs.
The new dog lenses are now available on the latest version of Snapchat, where owners are able to give their pooch a set of reindeer antlers, a pizza face, and many more.
Patrick McCaw signs two-year offer sheet with Cavaliers McCaw played in 128 regular games (30 starts) over two seasons with Golden State and averaged 4.0 points in 15.9 minutes per game. The Cavaliers or Warriors could waive McCaw before January 7 and not be responsible for paying the remainder of his contract.
HMV goes into administration for second time in six years HMV , Britain's biggest high street music retailer , has gone into administration putting 2,200 jobs and 125 stores at risk. Executive chairman Paul McGowan said consumers had switched "at an ever increasing pace" to digital downloads instead.
With this new update for the customers, now you can try for creative animations on your dog.
Part of Snapchat's attraction for many users is the app's filters. Last month, Snapchat officially recognized this fact and made it so that you could use Snapchat lenses on cats.
Once you open the filter up, you'll be prompted: 'Try with a cat or dog'. Looking at these lenses it can be seen that Snapchat is trying their best to regain its popularity.
Lampert, who is Sears' largest creditor, said his plan would keep 425 stores open, rather than the 500 stores he proposed earlier. The 130-year-old retailer filed for bankruptcy in October of 2018 and has since closed 180 stores labeled "unprofitable".
Amid fears that ongoing volcanic activity could trigger another tsunami, more than 21,000 have been evacuated to higher ground. Residents that live on both sides of the strait were being told to stay away from beaches due to fears of another tsunami.
So I guess the bottom line is probably that you shouldn't screw with people's Instagram during the holidays. Instagram says a bug is to blame for a big change that was accidentally leaked Thursday morning.
Apple is bringing its iPhone production to India partially thanks to the looming threats and impacts of the China-U.S. trade war . Reuters today reported that Apple's main manufacturing partner Foxconn will start assembling high-end iPhones in India from 2019.
Mubarak, who was ousted during the January 2011 uprising, arrived to the court accompanied by his sons Gamal and Alaa. In November 2016, the Court of Cassation revoked death sentences and ordered retrials for Morsi and other defendants.
In May 2018, Overturn turned 112-years-old and the city and the nation celebrated alongside his family and friends. During the war , he was a member of the 1887th Engineer Aviation Battalion, a segregated unit within the Army.
In the weeks following the announcement, Meghan was cradling her baby bump and showing off her growing belly in fitted outfits. The now Duchess of Sussex has been reported to oppose the activity, being an animal lover.
After the success of her written work, the BBC commissioned her to present a documentary on the National Gallery in London. Her last television documentary was 2002's "Sister Wendy at the Norton Simon Museum", which is in Pasadena, California.
Brown will be formally charged in a United States court on 6 February, after which he will be expected to issue a plea. This week, a report emerged about Brown facing jail time if convicted for having a restricted species without a permit.
Bahrain to reopen embassy in Damascus
The border crossing between Syria and Jordan, another Arab country which backed the rebels, was reopened in October. Recent developments have indicated that the Gulf states are now reaching out to reconcile with the Assad regime.
Actor Frank Adonis, known for 'Goodfellas,' has died
Frank Adonis is survived by his wife and their two children, as well as his daughter from his previous marriage. He also appeared in several other popular films such as Ace Ventura: Pet Detective and True Romance .
Dozens of immigrants dumped in El Paso
In contrast, the El Paso Border Patrol sector has been allowing what they call "metered entry" at local ports of entry. Most of the children had been in ICE custody for over a week before coming down with illnesses.
Nokia 9 PureView expected to launch in last week of January
The Pie update also brings the December Android security patch, as per users who have posted screenshots of the changelog. Nokia 6.1 Plus, one HMD Global's budget offerings, is now getting a new build of Android 9 Pie - as per a user report.
Tsunami warning as 6.9 quake hits Philippines
The islands of Geme and Tabukan Tengah (Indonesia) as well as Davao (Philippines) may experience tsunami waves within the hour. Just last week on December 22, a tsunami slammed into the Indonesian islands of Java and Sumatra around 9:30 p.m. local time.
Doctors: Flu season only beginning in MI
The best preventive measure that can be taken to ward off or mitigate influenza is to get a flu vaccine each year, the CDC states. Williams says for anyone anxious about getting the flu or having other negative reactions due to getting the flu shot - don't.
Angelina Jolie Doesn't Rule out Move into Politics
Jolie was pressed on the idea when she was interviewed on the BBC , as she guest edited Radio 4's Today programme on Friday. The actress has used her fame to help spread humanitarian efforts for almost 20 years.
MS to receive $2.5 million in Wells Fargo settlement
Finally, the states alleged that Wells Fargo improperly charged residential mortgage consumers for rate lock extension fees. Failing to ensure that customers received refunds of unearned premiums on certain optional auto finance products.