Instagram, which crossed 1 billion users this year, has started a crackdown against fake followers, fake likes and software/tools which aid this fake growth. Meanwhile, Google has indicated that very soon, users would be able to comment…
The social media tycoon, Facebook has launched app a new app called Lasso. The app is very similar to TikTok, a fun video app which recently merged with the famous Musical.ly.
Hackers have now decided to penetrate the private messages of Facebook users, and the hack has already started. As per an investigation by BBC, 120 million Facebook users’ private messages have been hacked and snatched from them.
Finally, it's happening. The most popular social messaging platform WhatsApp will now come with ads on its Status section. WhatsApp VP Chris Daniels confirmed that WhatsApp will have ads via its Status section. Facebook acquired WhatsApp…
The unexpected as happened this morning - Youtube, world’s biggest video platform is right now facing a technical issue, and the website and portal is not accessible.
The Facebook-owned WhatsApp recently was hit by a bug that let hackers take control of your account. You will receive a video call, and if you answer it, the bug will let the hacker get access to your WhatsApp account.
Guy Rosen, Facebook’s Vice President of Product Management, and Nathaniel Gleicher, Facebook’s Head of Cybersecurity Policy held a press conference, wherein they explained precisely what happened in this security breach.
World’s most popular and widely used messenger app: Whatsapp is facing a bad situation in India. As per IndiaTimes reports, Whatsapp can be banned in India.
Godaddy, world’s biggest domain reseller has found that today’s parents are greatly influenced with domain names, when it comes to naming their newborns.
History is repeating itself, and Govt. of India has once again been defeated by advocates of user privacy and encryption. Whatsapp has flatly refused to comply with Govt.’s demand to trace the origin of any message, and this has indeed…
Linkedin, World’s largest social media for professionals have just released their ‘Linkedin Power Profiles’ ranking for 2018 in India. This is the list of most viewed Linkedin profiles in a given year, and the people featured there are…
It seems that there has been some confusion and chaos regarding Whatsapp data, its backup process on Google Drive, and the validity of that backup after November 12, 2018.
People have been killed due to fake messages, and hatred originating from Whatsapp users, and Govt. of India had made their position clear on this.
After a debacle, Patanjali is again bringing back its much-hopeful Kimbho app. The Patanjali social messaging app Kimbho is re-launching on August 27 to take on the likes of WhatsApp, Hike and Facebook.
2018 is very different for WhatsApp compared to its other operating years. From commercialising WhatsApp Business to announcing in-app Ads, the Facebook-owned company has changed much in the last couple of years.
As per Comscore, Facebook’s monthly page visits have decreased from 8.5 billion to 4.7 billion per month, and this has caused them to lose the #2 spot to Youtube.
Meanwhile, we will share 4 features from Whatsapp, which have been developed to stop the spread of fake news and hatred messages.
In one of the strongest moves to block fake news, and hatred messages online, Govt. of India has sought methods and procedures to block Whatsapp, Facebook, Instagram and other online services.
Whatsapp has announced that their API or Application Programming Interface would be now available for businesses, and MakeMyTrip would be their first customer in India.
In a blog post, Whatsapp has announced that from now, users will be allowed to forward only 5 messages - This can be forwarded to 5 groups, or 5 users.