WhatsApp, one of the most popular alternatives to text-messaging in the world, recently announced that they would be enabling end-to-end encryption in their service (this follows their previous announcement that they’d be partnering with Open Whisper Systems to improve the security of the app). The timing of this announcement is especially notable, as the battle between Apple and the FBI over passwords and encryption is still ongoing. But what does this mean for you? Here’s what you need to know about WhatsApp encryption.
The folks over at Snapchat continue to find interesting new ways for you to share photos & videos with friends. Its latest allows you to actually attach an emoji to a moving object in a video and have it stay there.
Facebook have opened up Instant Articles to publishers of all sizes. In this post, we’ll guide you through the ins & outs of Facebook’s publishing platform & how to get started.
Twitter’s tenth year has come and gone, and with that, plenty of people have wondered whether or not Twitter will survive another ten years. Some people have even wondered if Twitter should remain a social site for another ten years.
MS’s Bot Framework makes it easy & cheap for developers to integrate bot functionality into their offerings.
Facebook-owned instant messenger service WhatsApp is one of the fastest growing social networks on the planet. To keep up with the growing demands of its millions of users, the app frequently receives updates to add new features.
Android N was expected to be shown off for the first time at Google I/O in May, but it’s here already. You can try out a preview of the latest version of the world’s most popular mobile operating system today if you have a Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Nexus 9, or Pixel C.
Microsoft introduced touchpad & touchscreen gestures back in the era of Windows 8, leading a lot of people to wonder if a laptop or Tablet was better for these gestures. Things got even murkier with other peripherals like touch-based mice & monitors.
RSS may not be the most popular way to get updates from your favorite sites anymore, but a lot of people, including myself, still use it regularly to quickly peruse and read a lot of information. The iPad is a great platform for catching up on your online reading, but there are lots of apps out there that do the same job — so how do you know which one is the best? I saved you the time of looking through them all by trying them out myself. Here’s what I found.