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Microsoft has announced that Outlook users will soon be able to "like" conversations and use @Mentions to send emails on its web version, while the desktop clients will get the features a bit later.
A new Facebook scam is in the wild, regarding the company's 'dislike button.' It promises an early access to the upcoming feature, and makes users open malicious links and share the scam further.
After years and years of pleas from users, the social networking giant is finally listening, with CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg promising a 'dislike' button to come soon.
For the first time since implantation back in 2010, Facebook are rolling out an update to its Like and Share buttons worldwide that require no new code and a better highlighted button for websites.