Latest in Tag: WhatsApp Highlight
Latest in Tag: WhatsApp
Small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and large corporations worldwide can utilise the service to showcase products, offer services, and connect with customers.
WhatsApp, Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram are still among the 5 most downloaded apps, but this time the TikTok app jumped from fourth place in 2018 to second place in 2019 due to its popularity in markets like India, the United States, and Brazil.
At least 25 people have been killed since May in incidents of mob violence triggered by rumors circulated on WhatsApp. The authorities are clueless as to who is behind the hoax messages.A 32-year-old Google engineer was beaten to death and three others were severely injured in the southern Indian state of Karnataka on Friday in …
Citing data privacy concerns, German auto parts maker Continental has banned WhatsApp and Snapchat from company-issued mobile devices. Will a second phone become the norm for firms, many of which rely on messenger apps?German car parts supplier Continental has banned its 240,000 employees from using social media applications WhatsApp and Snapchat on company-issued mobile phones. …
Ahead of a data law change, the messaging service WhatsApp is increasing the minimum age for users in many European countries to 16. The messaging service is under pressure for its plan to share more data with Facebook.The popular messaging service WhatsApp, which had more than 1.5 billion users in January, announced in a blog …
Internet users in the Arab world expected to rise to 226 million by 2018
After using social media to publicly quash the coup, Turkey’s government is cracking down on news sites and purging state institutions again. Here is how censorship works in the country – and how Turks react to it.
Priced high to begin with, Line shares shot up even further in value in its first day of trading. The chat app’s emojis have made it a hit in Asia, and investors seem confident that it’s success will spread.
Brazil’s top court has frozen millions of dollars in WhatsApp’s funds. The company is accused of obstructing a federal investigation related to drug trafficking.
With little support from his government or people, one Indian activist is challenging the popular messaging app’s use of encryption. Though the Supreme Court just dismissed his case, he is determined to push on.
The service is operating normally and the NTRA did not notify us about cutting the service, says Hegazy
The world’s biggest social network saw its second-quarter profits fall as it shelled out billions of dollars to develop its “family” of applications. The heavy investments are aimed at boosting future growth. Facebook, already the world’s largest social network, has a voracious appetite for growth, but satiating it can be costly. In the second quarter …
Smartphones leading source of growth in Egypt
Internet use is high in Iran, partly because many young Iranians turn to it to bypass an official ban on Western cultural products, and Tehran occasionally filters popular websites such as Twitter and Facebook.
Deloitte’s annual technology predictions report published shows that in the UK at least one of the world’s most mature mobile markets the number of text messages sent over the course of 2013 fell by some 7 billion to 145 billion messages.
The Kingdom stated that in fact, the California-based application refused to comply with the regulator’s request, which led to the suspension of the application.
WhatsApp, Viper, Blackberry, and new forms of test fraud keeping pace with advancements in technology
“NTRA has been formed to oversee these mobile applications and will decide whether to ban, allow free usage or restrict them somehow,”
Phone targets lower income users in developing markets such as the Middle East and Africa
Telecommunications companies in Saudi Arabia request restrictions out of fear the free mobile applications could put pressure on available bandwidth