Facebook Has Activated Its 'Safety Check' Feature Following An Earthquake In Central Italy

Facebook launched Safety Check as a way to help users following a natural disaster.
0:50 | 08/24/16

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Transcript for Facebook Has Activated Its 'Safety Check' Feature Following An Earthquake In Central Italy
In today's tech bytes checking in after Italy's earthquake Americans traveling or living in Italy can use Facebook's safety check to let friends and relatives know there all right. It'll also tell those of us in the US if we have any friends in central Italy type safety check in the search bar to reach that page. Tesla claims its new battery pack not only extends the driving range of its newest model last. They'll also make it the fastest accelerating production car you can buy electric or gas. But the 100 dean's version of the model S costs around 135000. Dollars. The stock of Domino's Pizza opens today at an all time high partly because the chain has successfully courting millennial using technology. Yeah those customers can order via tax tweets even using the apple watched. And now half the company's US sales are digital pending dissidents hungry milling else does your tech bytes.

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