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WhatsApp alerts ‘suspicious link’ to reduce spam

In a recent development, WhatsApp has launched a new feature which shows ‘suspicious link’ label on the message to crack down on false information being spread through its platform.

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WhatsApp to limit forwarding to five chats in India

WhatsApp, the world’s most popular messaging app, is now firmly embedded into our social fabric. 

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Yahoo to shut messenger app after 20 years

 Yahoo Messenger, the messaging app, is finally shutting down for good.The app, which was acquired by Verizon in 2017, is shutting down on 17 July. The company didn't give any explanation for shutting its messenger. Yahoo Messenger users will now be directed to invite-based Yahoo Squirrel service....

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Indian YouTube kids channels gain momentum

Technology has redefined entertainment for kids across the world. As more kids get hooked to mobiles and tablets, the business of kids content on YouTube thrives more. With hundreds of channels entering the sector every year, this category is expanding as well as giving more scope of monetisation...

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Facebook acquires EPL rights for 2019-22

Broadcasters need to be careful of their turf as digital players are swooping in to pick sporting rights. Facebook has acquired the English Premier League rights for the Southeast Asia territory by paying ?200 million.

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