Facebook Messenger may soon let you watch videos with friends over chat

[ad_1] Hoch Zwei/Getty Images Facebook is reportedly testing a feature for Messenger that would let you and your friends view a synchronized video together in a group chat. The feature, reportedly called "Watch Videos Together," would let people "chat about the same videos at the same time," according to code screenshots posted to Twitter on Friday by Ananay Arora. "Everyone in this chat can control the video and see who's watching,"
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Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams to challenge governor poll loss

[ad_1] Image copyright Reuters Image caption Ms Abrams said she planned to file a "major federal lawsuit" against the state Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams has recognised her rival's victory while announcing a plan to sue the state.Ms Abrams, the Democratic challenger to Republican Brian Kemp, said this was not a "concession" but an acknowledgement she could not win.The candidate announced she would file a federal suit against Georgia for
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Moment drunk driver deliberately crashes into crowd of people outside pub

[ad_1] This is the moment a drunk driver drove his car into a crowd and injured seven people outside a pub. James Bates, of Blenheim Road, Littlestone, Kent, has been jailed for 12 years at Canterbury Crown Court after he pleaded guilty to one charge of grievous bodily harm and six charges of attempted GBH..The 25-year-old drove his silver Vauxhall Corsa at the crowd outside the pub in New Romney
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Justin Trudeau’s Official Fixer-Upper – The New York Times

[ad_1] That photo essay was swiftly followed by a multimedia presentation on our history of photographing California.[Read: California: State of Change]If you can, do the photos justice by viewing them on a computer or a tablet, rather than a phone screen.Taking a HitThis week, the National Hockey League announced a proposed settlement of a lawsuit filed by 318 former players who contend that it withheld what it knew about hockey-related

GameStop Black Friday deals on Xbox One and PS4 start Sunday, Nov. 18 — but so do Target’s

[ad_1] GameStop/Screenshot by CNET GameStop's Black Friday sale has been revealed, and... it's pretty underwhelming. The game retailer is effectively offering the same baseline $199 PS4 and Xbox One deals as every other big store under the sun. What was interesting about the sale was that it starts on Sunday, Nov. 18 -- three days before Walmart (Wednesday, Nov. 21) and four days before most other retailers. But now we're

Arsenal news: Arsene Wenger advises PSG to sign Aaron Ramsey

[ad_1] The Frenchman has spoken to Thomas Tuchel about Ramsey (Picture: Getty)Paris Saint-Germain are ready to try and beat Bayern Munich to the signature of Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey and have received rave reviews from his old boss Arsene Wenger. The Wales international is out of contract next summer and will leave the Emirates after the club surprisingly withdrew their offer despite months of positive talks. It had been reported

California Fire Hits ‘Rehab Riviera,’ Putting Addiction Care in Jeopardy

[ad_1] At Creative Care’s serene hilltop campus in Malibu, Calif., patients typically pay more than $35,000 a month to be treated for addiction and mental health problems against the backdrop of a spectacular Pacific Ocean view.On Friday, just a few hours after an early-morning evacuation order from the city, all anyone could see were flames.The Woolsey Fire, one of several major fires burning across California, eventually destroyed four of the
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Homeless man died waiting for his dog after being kicked out of police station

[ad_1] A homeless man died of hypothermia after he was kicked out and forced to wait for his dog to be release from a police kennel in the cold. Pericles Malagardis, known as Peri, went to Uxbridge Police station after leaving hospital to pick up his dog Django, who was ‘everything to him’. The 63-year-old was told he couldn’t pick Django that night but would have to wait till morning.

ATP Finals: Cilic makes prediction for Federer v Zverev and Djokovic v Anderson

[ad_1] Djokovic beat Cilic on Friday (Picture: AFP/Getty)Marin Cilic hailed Novak Djokovic as the heavy favourite to win the ATP Finals, and predicted that Roger Federer would join him in the final. The Croat was beaten by the world No. 1 7-6 (9-7) 6-2 in a dead rubber on Friday night, with Djokovic maintaining his unbeaten record at the season-ending tournament. Kevin Anderson awaits the top seed in the semi-finals,