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Here are Some Cool Handy Tips for Video Calling App Meet From Google

Google has listed some handy tips to make the most of its video calling app Meet, to avoid things to go wrong during a...

Google Removes Various Apps for Spreading Misleading Poll Info

Google has removed thousands of apps for engaging in deceptive behaviour, distributing misleading information such as altering media clips or sending fake text messages...

Google Introduces Voice Messages Via Assistant for Android Users

Google has introduced a new feature in its Assistant that will help users send audio messages on Android smartphones, without holding down the little...

2 Combined Interventions Can Help Facebook Combat Fake News Spread

Struggling to tame the spread of misinformation on its platform, Facebook can better reduce the extent to which their users fall for and spread...

TikTok Secretly Collects Data in Violation of Google Policies: Report

TikTok secretly collected device data for months via its Android app using a technique that Google prohibits developers from using without consent of users,...

Twitter Working on New Feature to Allow Users to View Retweets With Quotes

Twitter is working on a new feature where the users will be able to view retweets with quotes (formerly known as retweets with comments)...

WhatsApp Launches ‘Search the Web’ Option to Cross-Check Forwarded Messages

WhatsApp has launched a new 'Search the Web' option that will enable users to check information shared to them via a forwarded message. The 'Search...

‘Unfixable Vulnerability’ Found in Apple’s Secure Enclave Chip puts Users’ Data at Risk

A new exploit has allegedly been found in Apple's Secure Enclave chip putting the data of iPhone, iPad, Mac users at risk. Chinese hackers from...

Twitter’s New Paid Subscription to Give Users “Undo Send” Button

Twitter has kicked off a new survey for its upcoming paid subscription service that will give users options like "Undo Send" button (like an...

Social Media Users More Likely to Have Misperceptions About Covid-19 Pandemic

People who get their news from social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter are more likely to have misperceptions about Covid-19 pandemic, warn researchers. The...

Online Video Users Grow 40% in India’s Smaller Towns: Report

Number of online video users in smaller towns grew 40 per cent last year against 25 per cent growth in urban India over the...

Netflix Testing New ‘Mobile+’ Plan in India

Leading content streaming service Netflix is testing a new Mobile+ plan in India that will offer subscribers an option to stream HD content for...

Bullstop: AI-based App to Provide Protection from Online Bullying, Trolling

Computer scientists have launched an app, 'Bullstop' that uses novel artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to combat trolling and bullying online. The downloadable app is the...

Google Rolls Out Quick Access Emoji Bar in Gboard for Android Users

Witnessing a steep rise in the emoji use worldwide, Google has rolled out a quick access emoji bar in Gboard beta version, which would...

Cybercriminals Increasingly Attack on Home Routers: Report

Increase in attacks targeting and leveraging routers will continue as cybercriminals are able to easily monetise these infections in secondary attacks, warns a new...

Amazon Prime Video Releases User Profile Feature Globally

After first making it available for users in India and Africa, Amazon Prime Video has finally started rolling out the user profile feature globally...

Users Complain of Spam Emails as Gmail Suffers From Filtering Issues

Gmail users around the world were complaining about spam messages flooding their inbox over the weekend as the Google service was apparently suffering from...

Google Meet Allows Users to Add Background Blur on Video Calls

Google video conferencing app Meet will soon let users to add images or a blur effect to backgrounds on video calls. Google is also working...

Google Allows Scam Ads as Americans Search Info on Voting Before Elections

Despite making claims its protecting people from harm and abuse during elections, Google is allegedly helping scammers target Americans as they search for information...

Video Note: Instagram Feature Helps Users Stay Connected to Close Friends

Instagram is working on a new feature called video note for its standalone messaging app Threads that helps users stay connected to close or...

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