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news·group

 (no͞oz′gro͞op′, nyo͞oz′-)
n.
An area on a computer network, especially the internet, devoted to the discussion of a specified topic: read messages posted to newsgroups that discuss pet cats.

newsgroup

(ˈnjuːzˌɡruːp)
n
(Computer Science) computing a forum where subscribers exchange information about a specific subject by electronic mail

news•group

(ˈnuzˌgrup, ˈnyuz-)
n.
a discussion group on a specific topic, maintained on a computer network.
[1985–90]

newsgroup

An area on the World Wide Web where people who have a particular interest in common communicate with one another, often with links to other websites.
Translations

newsgroup

[ˈnjuːzgruːp] N (on Internet) → grupo m de discusión, grupo m de noticias

newsgroup

[ˈnjuːzgruːp] n (on the Internet)forum m Internetnews headlines npltitres mpl de l'actualiténews item n (= piece of information) → information f (= short piece) → entrefilet m; (on TV)sujet m (court)
There was a news item about him → Il y avait un sujet sur lui aux actualités.
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This can mean the text is included in an existing message thread on the recipient's phone.
The change allows anyone who had been added to a message thread to reply to it, which the groups said removes users' ability to prevent strangers from sending unwanted messages to their real email addresses from Facebook's messaging system.
Instead of making copies of every message from every person on all the computers, it keeps the entire message thread on a central computer, just like a website.
The Buzz posts are a lot like Twitter in that they are primarily public, but more organized than Twitter since they are presented as a message thread.
Almost any message thread of more than a couple of messages results in a message topic change, although the subject line remains the same and previous messages are included.
With each subsequent follow-up question and additional person drawn into the message thread, the chances of getting the problem resolved before the next afternoon in Germany diminishes.

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