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29 Feb 2020


Facebook is giving Messenger a cleaner new look: Details here

Facebook is finally giving Messenger, its dedicated product for instant messaging, a cleaner new look.

29 Feb 2020


#TechBytes: How to make your Instagram private, dodge creepy stalkers

With over a billion active users, Instagram dominates as one of the most popular (and controversy-free) products from Facebook.

29 Feb 2020


GDC 2020 postponed over coronavirus fears: Details here

This year's Game Developers Conference, aka GDC 2020, has been postponed.

29 Feb 2020


Google employee in Zurich contracts coronavirus: Details here

A Google employee has contracted the novel coronavirus.

28 Feb 2020


Geneva Motor Show canceled over coronavirus concerns

After Mobile World Congress and Facebook's F8, the 2020 Geneva Motor Show has also been canceled.

28 Feb 2020


Facebook's F8 developer conference canceled over coronavirus concerns

Facebook has canceled the in-person portion of its F8 developer conference due to concerns stemming from the outbreak of coronavirus.

27 Feb 2020

Social Media

Facebook to ban ads creating 'sense of urgency' over coronavirus

As coronavirus or COVID-19 outbreak continues to claim lives around the world, Facebook is working to tackle the misinformation associated with it.

26 Feb 2020


Nicknames to love animation, all new features coming on Instagram

A week ago, Instagram boss Adam Mosseri claimed that they have far more important things to work on than an iPad app.

26 Feb 2020


Soon, WhatsApp Web will also get a dark mode

After months of internal tests, WhatsApp is finally making some progress with the rollout of dark mode.

24 Feb 2020


Android 11 likely to bring handy new Pixel Launcher features

Google's Pixel Launcher will soon get a new batch of features in a matter of months.

22 Feb 2020


Private WhatsApp numbers, groups are being exposed on Google

WhatsApp and Google take a lot of pride in their security standards.

21 Feb 2020


Now, Facebook is paying people for their voice recordings

Facebook's ever-increasing appetite for user data is going to a whole new level.

20 Feb 2020


Before big speeches, Zuckerberg gets his armpits blow-dried: Report

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg has made a name for himself - for both good and bad reasons.

19 Feb 2020


Indian ed-tech start-up Unacademy raises $110M from Facebook, others

Unacademy, one of the fastest-growing ed-tech start-ups in India, has now been backed by the biggest social media company in the world - Facebook.

19 Feb 2020

Samajwadi Party

Amar Singh says he regrets his overreaction against Bachchan

Once close friends, former Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh and actor Amitabh Bachchan, infamously grew apart in the last few years.

18 Feb 2020


Coronavirus hoax viral on WhatsApp; claims garlic can cure disease

Adding to the growing threat of a coronavirus outbreak, a false cure is being circulated on the messaging app WhatsApp.

17 Feb 2020


WhatsApp is expected to get these new features soon

WhatsApp is constantly adding new features to make the messaging platform more functional and secure for its billions of users.

15 Feb 2020

Narendra Modi

I'm number 1 on Facebook, Modi is number 2: Trump

Before his maiden visit to India as the United States President, Donald Trump has sort of compared his Facebook popularity with the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

15 Feb 2020


Facebook launches 'Hobbi', a Pinterest-like app

Facebook has announced a new Pinterest-like app that is designed to help you document your personal projects and hobbies using photos and videos.

14 Feb 2020


Porn video filmed at Myanmar's sacred Buddhist site sparks outrage

A pornographic video filmed at a sacred site in Myanmar has invited severe backlash from locals.

13 Feb 2020


Soon, government could ask Facebook/Twitter to reveal anyone's identity

Social media platforms take a lot of pride in the efforts they put to keep the personal information of their users under the wraps.

13 Feb 2020

Mobile World Congress

Mobile World Congress 2020: Tech show canceled amid coronavirus outbreak

Mobile World Congress, the biggest phone show in the world, will not be taking place this year.

13 Feb 2020


Apple 'intercepts' emails to flag child abuse: Here's how

Apple follows strict security protocols for iPhones and all its key products. But, when the matter is as serious as the sharing of child pornography, the company can 'intercept' emails to help the authorities with investigations.

11 Feb 2020


Elon Musk says Facebook is 'lame' and should be deleted

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has never been a fan of Facebook or its co-founder Mark Zuckerberg.

09 Feb 2020

Reliance Jio

#NewsBytesWeeklyRecap: Auto Expo EVs, POCO X2 launch, Facebook hacked, more

This week, some major developments were noted in the world of tech, thanks to Auto Expo 2020 and the beautiful display of electric cars put up there.

08 Feb 2020


#WeirdNews: Someone just hacked Facebook's official Instagram and Twitter accounts

In what would certainly qualify as a weird news, hackers broke into the official accounts operated by Facebook on Twitter and Instagram.

06 Feb 2020


WhatsApp flaw could have let hackers access your PC

Even after amassing more than 1 billion users, WhatsApp doesn't appear to be doing enough on the security side of things.

05 Feb 2020


Redmi Note 6 Pro explodes at service center, video captured

According to reports, Xiaomi's Redmi Note 6 Pro has exploded at a service center in Gujarat.

04 Feb 2020

Sheryl Sandberg

Five years after losing husband, Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg announces engagement

Facebook's number two in command, Sheryl Sandberg announced her engagement to Tom Bernthal on Monday, less than five years after she lost her husband.

02 Feb 2020


#NewsBytesWeeklyRecap: UN hacked, Avast selling data, HomePod, Instagram leak, more

This week, we witnessed some major developments and hardware launches, including that of Apple's Homepod in India.

01 Feb 2020


Pixel 2 camera breaking after updates: What to do?

The sales of Pixel phones have been riding high, thanks to the devices' impeccable cameras and handy software updates.

29 Jan 2020

Social Media

Finally, Facebook lets you take control of your shared data

Finally, Facebook is giving its users some control over their personal data.

27 Jan 2020


Facebook tracks you regularly - how to stop it?

Facebook operates on people's data - it collects personal information from users and then sells the same to advertisers to show personalized ads to each individual and make money.

24 Jan 2020


Government will launch its own internal messaging app, like WhatsApp

India has been at loggerheads with Facebook-owned WhatsApp over non-traceability of messages.

24 Jan 2020


Now, Facebook is testing dark mode for Android users

After Instagram and WhatsApp, the main Facebook app appears to be gearing up for its own 'dark mode'.

21 Jan 2020


#ScareAlert: This app can pull name, other details from images!

As Europe mulls banning public use of facial recognition systems, a new and potentially scary avatar of the technology has come to light.

20 Jan 2020


Finally, Instagram is dropping that IGTV button

In a minor, albeit welcome change, Instagram is dropping the annoying IGTV button from its Android and iOS apps.

20 Jan 2020


Hindus threaten to leave Pakistan after another forced conversion

The alleged abduction and forced conversion of yet another Hindu girl to Islam has raised tensions in Pakistan's Sindh province. Demanding security, Hindus staged a demonstration in Jacobabad.

20 Jan 2020

Xi Jinping

Facebook translates Xi Jinping's name to 'Mr Shithole'; apologizes later

Facebook is drawing flak for translating the name of China's President Xi Jinping to 'Mr Shithole'.

17 Jan 2020


Facebook taking U-turn, drops plan to show WhatsApp ads: Report

For more than a year, we have been hearing about Facebook's highly ambitious plan to monetize WhatsApp by showing ads.