"When Facebook users set their status to “feeling fat,” they are making fun of people who consider themselves to be overweight, which can include many people with eating disorders." The 24-year-old graduate student at Ohio State University explained that fat is, in fact, not a feeling, and is a natural part of the body, regardless of one’s weight. Additionally, if someone has struggled or is struggling with an eating disorder, seeing the “feeling fat” smiley face on their newsfeed could trigger dangerous thoughts and actions. In response, Facebook released a statement saying that people use the social network to express their feelings — no matter what they may be — to friends and family, often times searching for support. You can choose from over 100 feelings we offer based on people’s input or create your own.” Facebook also encourages their users to seek help for friends and have partnered with the National Eating Disorders Association to provide resources to those struggling with eating disorders. Facebook has no plans to remove the cherubic yellow face from its feelings options and plenty of the site’s 890 million daily users do think that fat counts as a feeling.
I just got back from the Apple press event in San Francisco, where Apple unveiled a brand-new version of the Apple MacBook. This new MacBook is thin, light, and gorgeous. And it’s a bit of a puzzle in Apple’s lineup of notebook computers.
Samsung today announced that the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be available on US carriers starting April 10th, the same time as they are scheduled to be available for sale across the world. Additionally, customers in the US will be able to pre-order the phones starting tomorrow, March 27th, with certain AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, U.S. Cellular, and Best Buy locations having the phones on hand for in-person demos starting tomorrow. The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge coming to the US will largely be the same as the model available globally.
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While Microsoft has dropped hints that the Internet Explorer brand is going away, the software maker has now confirmed that it will use a new name for its upcoming browser successor, codenamed Project Spartan.
Google is continuing its hostile takeover of your iPhone with the release of its Calendar app this week. Previously only available on Android, Google Calendar hit the App Store on Tuesday, giving iPhone users another reason to drag a first-party Apple app into an unused folder, never to be opened again. READ MORE: Google’s big Android 5.1 Lollipop update is here – these are the best new features Here’s everything that the app has to offer, according to the description on the App Store: A new Schedule View – See your schedule at a glance with photos and maps of the places you’re going. Events from Gmail – Flight, hotel, concert, restaurant reservations and more are added to your calendar automatically. Assists
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