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WhatsApp disabled on older Android, iOS & Windows devices

Tuesday, January 3, 2017 | More »

Facebook-owned WhatsApp messaging app has stopped functioning for those using older smartphones, according to several media reports including PTI. The messaging service will no longer support iPhones running on 3GS or iOS 6 versions, any Android tablet or phone running Android 2.1 or 2.2 as well as ...


Facebook Messenger introduces group video chat on iOS, Android & web platforms

Social networking giant Facebook Inc has rolled out group video chat on Messenger for Android, iOS and web platforms the world over, starting Tuesday. Facebook Messenger users will be able to see up to six people at a time but up to 50 people can join in the conversation via voice or camera, the com...

21 December, 2016 | More »


Google turns Drive for iOS into Android migration tool

Technology giant Google has activated a new Google Drive feature that can turn the cloud storage app for iOS, a mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc, into a migration tool. This will enable the transfer of calendars, contacts and photos from an iPhone or iPad to a new Android device in a m...

14 December, 2016 | More »


Photo-editing app Prisma debuts on Google Play store

Android users who have been eagerly waiting for the popular photo-editing app Prisma have a reason to cheer. The app, which went viral soon after its launch on iOS last month, is now finally available for Android devices and users can download it through the Google Play store. The popular app was ea...

25 July, 2016 | More »


Google brings new Chromecast, Chromecast audio to India

Technology giant Google on Wednesday launched its new Chromecast and Chromecast Audio devices in India at Rs 3,399 each, more than six months after their global rollout. Chromecast is a dongle that allows streaming of audio and video content on a high-definition television or audio system via WiFi o...

20 April, 2016 | More »


Google, Microsoft to add kill switches to their smartphones to reduce theft

Google Inc and Microsoft Corp are planning to incorporate ‘kill switches’ into the next versions of their Android and Windows mobile operating systems, respectively, in an effort to reduce theft and robberies of smartphones, according to an Associated Press report. The new development is as part...

20 June, 2014 | More »


After BBM, BlackBerry to offer BBM Voice & Channels on Android & iOS platforms

Struggling Canadian handset manufacturer BlackBerry (previously Research in Motion or RIM) is planning to make a number of its features available on rival iOS and Android platforms. While the company has not disclosed an exact date for the same, the services that will be offered on the competing pla...

24 January, 2014 | More »


Twitter co-founder puts social twist on search with new mobile service

One of the creators of Twitter Inc unveiled a new mobile service called Jelly on Tuesday, hoping for another hit product in what has become an increasingly crowded field of social and mobile products. The Jelly smartphone app seeks to improve the way people search for and find information, by queryi...

8 January, 2014 | More »


Onavo buy to boost Facebook’s plan to widen Internet access

Facebook Inc bought Israeli mobile app-maker Onavo to use its data-saving capabilities for a project aimed at making the Internet available to billions of people round the world who are not online. Onavo’s mobile app helps people cut mobile phone costs through more efficient use of data and cl...

15 October, 2013 | More »


Google enables iOS users to voice-search using pronouns on Chrome browser

Search engine giant Google has added a new feature to its voice-based search platform on Chrome browser for iOS devices where users can now use pronouns in queries instead of full names. It essentially means that one can speak the pronoun of, say a person or object, in queries subsequent to the firs...

19 September, 2013 | More »

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