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A Facebook spokesperson confirmed to TechCrunch late Friday that it was experimenting with the "LOL" hub for kids. "We are running a small scale test and the concept is in the early stages right now," the spokesperson said in a statement.

Genes may help predict how long a person will live: Study Jan 19 2019

Analysing the DNA may help predict whether a person will live longer or die sooner than average, according to a study. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh in the UK analysed the combined effect of genetic variations that influence lifespan to produce a scoring system.

Aditi Mittal happy to be featured in book Jan 18 2019

Aditi said in a statement: "The stories we hear while growing up determine the stories we tell and become when we grow up. When I was a little girl, there were too few stories where girls were the heroes (and even villains). That is why it is such an honor to be featured in the book.

Netflix orders season two of 'The Kominsky Method' Jan 18 2019

The announcement was made by Netflix's dedicated news handle See What's Next on Twitter. "@goldenglobes winning comedy #TheKominskyMethod has been renewed for Season 2!" read the tweet.

Scientists reveal 'ideal diet' for peoples' and planet's health Jan 18 2019

If the world followed the “Planetary Health” diet, the researchers said, more than 11 million premature deaths could be prevented each year, while greenhouse gas emissions would be cut and more land, water, and biodiversity would be preserved.

Burger Singh eyeing to double revenue in next one year; hire 450 people Jan 17 2019

The company had a revenue of Rs 9.8 crore in 2017-18 and expects to close this financial year by around Rs 25 crore.

BYJU'S acquires US-based Osmo for USD 120 million Jan 17 2019

Online education start-up BYJU'S on Thursday said it has acquired US-based Osmo for USD 120 million (nearly Rs 850 crore).

Amazon Prime Video debuts first look of 'Made in Heaven' Jan 17 2019

Amazon Prime Video has offered the first look of its upcoming India Original series "Made in Heaven".

Citigroup Reveals Female Employees Earn 29% Less Than Men Do Jan 17 2019

In an attempt to close the gaps, Citigroup has committed to increasing representation at the assistant VP to managing director levels to at least 40 percent for women and 8 percent for black employees in the U.S. by 2021.