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  • WhatsApp in Android phone to bring fingerprint feature: Now, lock your private chats  title=
    WhatsApp in Android phone to bring fingerprint feature: Now, lock your private chats

    The Facebook owned WhatsApp is planning to bring biometric authentication access to its social messaging platform. The company has working for hard for quite some time to introduce host of of new features on the app for both iOS and Android smartphone users. For instance, the Dark Mode feature has become the most talked about feature among WhatsApp users. After rolling out the feature alongside Android Q update, now there is a new report which points towards possible biometric authentication aka fingerprint access to the WhatsApp application.

  • Cybersecurity to expect in 2019  title=
    Cybersecurity to expect in 2019

    When it is about tech world, the year 2018 was not so cool. From Facebook data breach to repetitive junk emails, Google security attack, the year went with super threats. The year 2019 might be a little worse than before. Here's what our experts expect from cyber security in 2019

  • New Facebook bug: 7 million users' photos leaked  title=
    New Facebook bug: 7 million users' photos leaked

    Breaking news reveals that the social networking giant Facebook has discovered a bug that affected close to seven million users, exposing their photos to app developers. In a recent blog post, Facebook said that the bug affected people who used Facebook Login for third-party apps and granted them permission to access their photos.

  • Instagram gets 'walkie-talkie' style voice messages: Here's how you can send voice messages now  title=
    Instagram gets 'walkie-talkie' style voice messages: Here's how you can send voice messages now

    Voice messages is one of the most advanced feature, we normally enjoy on WhatsApp. Now, this kind of messaging feature is available on Instagram Direct. Meaning, users can now send voice messages to their Instagram followers/friends in form of DMs.

  • LinkedIn under legal probe for Facebook ads targeting 18 million non-users  title=
    LinkedIn under legal probe for Facebook ads targeting 18 million non-users

    The Data Protection Commission in Ireland has issued a report which covered its activities during the first six months of 2018. The commission highlighted a complaint against LinkedIn according to which the company used millions of e-mail addresses of non-LinkedIn users to target ads on Facebook.

  • LinkedIn salary feature now in India, says professionals in Bengaluru are highest paid  title=
    LinkedIn salary feature now in India, says professionals in Bengaluru are highest paid

    LinkedIn, the professional social network site has launched the LinkedIn Salary feature which will provide a detailed breakdown of salaries by job title and location. The company has been collecting salary data from members in India since two months and the results concluded that people working in Bengaluru are highest paid then other regions in India.

  • Instagram launches new interface, much cleaner and simpler  title=
    Instagram launches new interface, much cleaner and simpler

    Instagram, a popular photo-video sharing social networking platform has come up with a new update. Now, Instagram users can enjoy a new interface which is free from some icons on profiles and replaces them with literal text. Instead, the icons are properly labelled with text, which should make them much clearer to those users who might not know what the tab icons mean.

  • Facebook's new dashboard will track time you spend in this app  title=
    Facebook's new dashboard will track time you spend in this app

    Earlier in June, it was informed that Facebook is working on several features to help you track and manage the amount of time you spent in Facebook mobile app. And, after much delay, the new update is here.

  • Here's how Facebook uses photo to learn about your family  title=
    Here's how Facebook uses photo to learn about your family

    Facebook in today's world needs no special introduction. Almost everyone has an account with this social networking giant. But, do you know that the information you share on your account is used by Facebook to target you with specific ads so that the company can earn money. Moreover, Facebook learns your family by using your photos and make particular ad-campaigns to target your mind. Here's how all this could happen

  • WhatsApp stickers spiced up with emojis and GIFs: Here's how to create your own  title=
    WhatsApp stickers spiced up with emojis and GIFs: Here's how to create your own

    Facebook-owned WhatsApp has gone a long way in recent days. The instant messaging platform is known to be the busiest hub for online social networkers. To add more attraction, the company has launched a feature to create custom WhatsApp stickers which can be easily shared with family and friends. The new feature is working great and users are using the custom stickers to express themselves. Report says that this new update was a huge hit this Diwali.