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16 Jan 2020Security
Now, you will get alerts about third-party logins with Facebook
As politicians continue to raise concerns over the trove of data Facebook has access to, the social network is doing everything possible to make users feel that their information is in safe hands.
12 Jan 2020Social Media
Facebook's redesigned new look starts rolling out
"The New Facebook," which is the redesigned avatar of the social network's desktop website, has finally started rolling out.
30 Dec 2019Instagram
Indian Navy bans smartphones, Facebook on bases, ships: Here's why
Navy personnel can't use social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, or WhatsApp on ships and bases, the Indian Navy said in a strict order.
27 Dec 2019India
Dark mode to ads: How WhatsApp will change in 2020
2019 was hard on WhatsApp.
25 Dec 2019Karnataka
Man wanted Ram temple in Mecca; Saudi Police arrested him
Recently, a Karnataka man was arrested in Saudi Arabia for allegedly posting blasphemous messages online.
22 Dec 2019Twitter
#NewsBytesWeeklyRecap: Light-powered headphones, Realme buds, Facebook's leak, DNA dating, more
In the third week of December, the world of tech witnessed plenty of activity, both good and bad.
22 Dec 2019Security
Facebook will not use two-factor phone numbers for suggesting friends
In a bid to boost the security and privacy of its users, Facebook has announced that it will no longer use the phone numbers given to enable two-factor authentication for suggesting friends.
21 Dec 2019Twitter
#BugAlert: Critical security flaw in Twitter, update app immediately
After Facebook, Amazon's Ring, and SonyLIV, microblogging giant Twitter has disclosed a vulnerability, one that may have compromised the accounts of its users.
21 Dec 2019TechCrunch
Amazon's Ring camera owners compromised, over 3,500 email-passwords leaked
It is a bad week for internet giants!
20 Dec 2019Android
Facebook is working on an OS to ditch Google's Android
Facebook, the biggest social network on the planet, is looking to take on Google with its own operating system.
20 Dec 2019Security
Again! Facebook data of over 26 crore people leaked online
Despite FTC's $5 billion fine for privacy violations and a lot of flak from the general public, Facebook's security issues aren't just coming to an end.
18 Dec 2019Twitter
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey just unfollowed Mark Zuckerberg
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has never been a fan of Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder of Facebook.
17 Dec 2019iOS
Most downloaded apps and games of this decade
Over the years, phones have changed much more than anyone could have imagined.
17 Dec 2019Android
#TechBytes: 5 new features you can try on WhatsApp
Unlike Telegram and Signal, Facebook-owned WhatsApp has been incredibly slow with feature upgrades.
17 Dec 2019Instagram
Now, Instagram will automatically warn about fake posts: Here's how
In a bid to combat fake news and misinformation, Facebook-owned Instagram is rolling out the ability to flag misleading posts.
17 Dec 2019Health & Wellness
Five tips to make your workout routine more effective
Are you spending long hours in the gym but still not getting the desired results?
13 Dec 2019Instagram
Want to see hidden Instagram likes? Try this Chrome extension
A few weeks back, Facebook-owned Instagram took the drastic step of hiding likes for select users of the platform all over the world.
12 Dec 2019Mark Zuckerberg
Facebook accused of running misleading ads about HIV prevention
Facebook's ad policies have been in question for all the wrong reasons.
06 Dec 2019India
Facebook/Twitter likely to be forced to begin user-verification in India
The latest draft of India's Personal Data Protection Bill has proposed a major change for social media giants - user verification.
05 Dec 2019Instagram
Instagram wants to know age of its users: Details here
In a major move, Instagram is introducing a bunch of changes, including mandatory age-verification for people signing up on the photo-sharing service.
03 Dec 2019Ireland
Now, you can transfer your Facebook photos/videos to Google Photos
In another effort to give users a sense of control over their data, Facebook is launching a tool to enable instant media transfer.
01 Dec 2019India
#NewsBytesWeeklyRecap: Google Nest Mini, Facebook's outage and more in tech
The last week of November was a quiet one from the perspective of security issues, as we didn't witness any new bugs or vulnerabilities.
28 Nov 2019Instagram
#OutageAlert: Facebook, Messenger, Instagram all down worldwide
As the US gears up to celebrate Thanksgiving, the leading social network of the country has gone down.
25 Nov 2019Instagram
Facebook developing Instagram-like 'close friends' feature for Messenger
Last year, Instagram debuted a feature to let users share their stories with a select group of followers or their 'close friends'.
24 Nov 2019WhatsApp
#NewsBytesWeeklyRecap: OnePlus breach, Facebook's facial recognition, WhatsApp's bug, and more
The fourth week of November was pretty much quiet but we did get some concerning news from different corners of the tech sphere.
23 Nov 2019Business Insider
Facebook built a creepy facial recognition system to identify people
Even after a major data breach and Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook's name continues to appear in privacy-related debacles.
23 Nov 2019Instagram
Hackers can steal your posts, location from Facebook apps
Facebook and Instagram dominate as the most favored social media apps on the internet.
20 Nov 2019Bollywood
Total Chaknachoor: 'Motichoor Chaknachoor' director Debamitra Biswal disowns the film
Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Athiya Shetty-starrer Motichoor Chaknachoor, which hit the theaters on November 15, clearly fell short of expectations. The film opened to poor critic reviews and was even dismissed by the audiences.
20 Nov 2019Mark Zuckerberg
Facebook just launched an app to make memes: Details here
From Twitter to Snapchat, the entire social media scene is driven by the culture of viral and funny memes.
18 Nov 2019iOS
Instagram targets app that lets anyone view private profiles
A few days back, we reported about Ghosty, a scary app that allows anyone to view photos, videos, and stories shared on private Instagram profiles.
15 Nov 2019Instagram
Now, Facebook is building an Instagram-like feed for photos
From a new corporate logo to a common payment system, Facebook has been trying a lot of things to clarify that Instagram and WhatsApp come under its umbrella.
15 Nov 2019India
Now, Instagram will hide likes for select users in India
If you have been following the popularity of your 'frenemies' by stalking their Instagram profile, now is the time to ditch those tactics.
13 Nov 2019iOS
Facebook bug turned on iPhone cameras without users' permission
Despite drawing flak (and a humongous fine) for poor grip on user data, Facebook is apparently not learning its lessons.
13 Nov 2019PayPal
#NewsBytesExplainer: What is Facebook Pay, how to use it?
In a major move, Facebook has launched its own payments system to enable seamless peer-to-peer transfers and purchases across all its products.
12 Nov 2019Android
Now, you can hide Facebook's annoying notification dots: Here's how
If you use Facebook, you know how annoying those red-colored notification dots can be.
10 Nov 2019Xiaomi
NewsBytesWeeklyRecap: Facebook's leak, Mi Watch, Nokia TV, and more
The second week of November was all about fancy new gadgets and security issues.
10 Nov 2019India
Housemaid flooded with job offers after business card goes viral
With a slump in economy and increasing unemployment rates, landing a job today has become difficult, especially for semi-skilled resources.
09 Nov 2019Mark Zuckerberg
Black Facebook employees allege racial discrimination; company issues apology
On Friday, social media giant Facebook issued an apology after black employees at the company anonymously shared their experiences of racism.
08 Nov 2019India
TikTok grows as Facebook loses market share in India
TikTok is on a mind-boggling run in India.
07 Nov 2019Google
Google or Facebook? Which tech giant pays employees more
Google is the top technology company in terms of pay and employee benefits, a survey has revealed.