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Whatsapp will feature Video Call and Voicemail on the next update
May04

Whatsapp will feature Video Call and Voicemail on the next update

WhatsApp is having a pretty busy year! The Facebook owned messaging service is ready for a huge upgrade with many anticipating features. In order to keep one billion active users happy you must have some killers features. Rumor has it that the app is developing voicemail and video call, and a desktop version for Mac and Windows.  Let’s break them down one by one. According to Phone Radar, WhatsApp is very likely to have video calling....

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Google and Fiat Collaborate to Make Self-Driving Minivans
May04

Google and Fiat Collaborate to Make Self-Driving Minivans

Google and Fiat planned to develop 100 self-driving prototypes based on Fiat Chrysler’s Pacifica minivan. This collaboration is the first stage of the joint project in creating autonomous vehicles. The autonomous vehicles will be used by Google so it can test its self-driving technology. But the collaboration doesn’t prohibit the two parties involved to cooperate in partnering with other companies making driverless technology....

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WhatsApp service restored in Brazil as another judge sets aside earlier embargo
May03

WhatsApp service restored in Brazil as another judge sets aside earlier embargo

Cheery news came the way of over 100 million WhatsApp users Tuesday when a different judge in a Sergipe appeals court overturned the ban earlier placed on the Facebook-owned app. The judge ordered that normal chat service be restored after cell phone carriers in Brazil shut out WhatsApp for 72 hours—a ruling that only lasted about 24 hours, reports The Wall Street Journal. WhatsApp’s co-founder, Jan Koum had criticized the...

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WhatsApp co-founder says company won’t bow to pressure over access to encrypted messages
May03

WhatsApp co-founder says company won’t bow to pressure over access to encrypted messages

WhatsApp it seems won’t be intimidated into turning in chats of its over 100 million users in Brazil. A court in the South American country had ruled on Monday that cell phone carriers in the country deny access to WhatsApp over the company’s refusal to turn in encrypted chat messages. Yesterday’s ruling has now taken a new turn as the co-founder of the chat app Jan Koum, said he would not back down on maintaining the current status....

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Google Keyboard for Android offers one-handed mode
May03

Google Keyboard for Android offers one-handed mode

Google Keyboard for Android had a major update and introduced many interesting features. With the new version you will find a one-handed mode, UI modifications and keyboard settings according to your preference. Google Keyboard had some pretty nifty features like Voice Typing and next word prediction. Of course let’s not forget the emojis! But the updated version has so much more things to offer, that Android users will appreciate....

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Judge in Brazil orders 72 hours blocking of WhatsApp by cell phone carriers
May02

Judge in Brazil orders 72 hours blocking of WhatsApp by cell phone carriers

A judge in Brazil has ordered cell phone carries in the country to block WhatsApp for 72 hours. Judge Marcel Montalvao gave the order following Facebook-owned WhatsApp’s refusal to turn over chat records related to a drug investigation in the country. In its argument, WhatsApp said it cannot gain access to chats in an unencrypted form, which makes it difficult to comply with the court’s request. The order, which was issued on Monday...

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