Instagram users, here’s some news for you. You can now save your posts in what’s called as “private collections”.
It’s introducing sticker tools that will help users “be even more creative, whether you’re sharing to your story or having conversations with your friends in Direct.”
Google has launched a Web app called ‘ AutoDraw’ that will now allow almost anyone to draw on their computing device.
Researchers from security firms McAfee & FireEye warned that the malicious Word documents are being attached to e-mails.
Reports: Ars Technica, SC Magazine, IT News, iTWire
Apple will stop supporting 32-bit apps with the release of iOS 11 later this year. The tech giant started supporting 64-bit applications with the launch of the iPhone 5s in September 2013.
Reports: BGR, The Sun
That’s right. Google’s announced it was extending a so-far experimental feature to the results of all Google Search across the globe.
Millions of Facebook Messenger users will now be able to select from thousands of responses by the AI assisted M digital assistant beginning Thursday.
Reports: TechCrunch, CNNMoney, Digital Trends
‘Twitter Lite’ will be aimed largely at users outside the United States.
There are so many options out there for messaging apps, the question is what makes WhatsApp stand out from the crowd as the world’s most popular messaging app? It currently has over 1 billion users across the globe.
3 new things will empower customers to be more informed about their privacy in Windows 10.