Twitter Plans To Launch Live Audio Feature ‘Spaces’ Globally Next Month
The microblogging site Twitter is aiming to make its live audio feature available to all its users by April.
Instagram Is Launching Its Lite App In 170 Countries
Instagram is launching its Lite App on Android to 170 countries, including the US, through the Play Store, and that the new app requires only two megabytes, compared to the regular Instagram app’s 30MB.
How Does TikTok Make Money? Here’s Everything You Need To Know
TikTok is used to make a variety of short-form videos, from genres like dance, comedy, and education, that have a duration from fifteen seconds to one minute (three minutes for some users). TikTok is an international version of Douyin, which was originally released in the Chinese market in September 2016.
PayPal Announces ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ Offer In Australia
PayPal will launch its “buy now, pay later” (BNPL) option in Australia this June, the U.S. payments giant said on Wednesday.
McAfee To Sell Its Enterprise Business To Symphony Technology For $4 Billion
American global computer security software company McAfee said on Monday it has entered an agreement to sell its enterprise business to a consortium led by Symphony Technology Group in an all-cash deal valued at $4 billion.
YouTube Will Lift Ban On Trump Channel When ‘The Risk Of Violence Has Decreased’
YouTube will lift its suspension on former U.S. President Donald Trump’s channel when it determines the risk of real-world violence has decreased, the company’s CEO, Susan Wojcicki, said on Thursday.
You Can Now Transfer iCloud Photos And Videos To Google Photos
The feature is currently only available to people in Australia, Canada, the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Twitter To Apply labels To Tweets That May Contain Misleading Information About COVID-19
The microblogging site Twitter announced that it will begin applying labels to Tweets that may contain misleading information about COVID-19 vaccines.
Spotify Launches In Nepal, Sri Lanka Bangladesh, And Pakistan
Music streaming service Spotify has expanded its international footprint, Bringing Audio to 80+ New Markets including Nepal, Sri Lanka Bangladesh, and Pakistan.
Twitter To Launch Paid ‘Super Follow’ Function That Lets Users Charge For Exclusive Content
The microblogging site Twitter has announced it will launch a “super follow” feature, which lets users charge followers for access to exclusive content, later this year.
Telegram Adds Auto-Delete Option To All Messages, Home Screen Widgets, And Expiring Invite Links
Cloud-based instant messaging and voice-over IP service Telegram is updating its app with a bunch of new features. That includes an auto-delete timer for messages in any chat, flexible invite links, and faster access to chats with home screen widgets. Also, groups can now have unlimited members.
Australia Passes New Law Requiring Facebook And Google To Pay For News
Australia has passed a new law that will force tech companies to pay publishers for news content, setting the stage for potential, similar action in other countries.
YouTube To Launch Parental Control Features For Teens To Join Its Main Site
YouTube will offer three safety settings, depending on a child’s age and parents’ discretion. The first tier is called Explore and will feature videos suitable for ages nine and up. Explore More includes a broader swath of videos appropriate for ages 13 and up. The final tier, called Most of YouTube, will include almost all videos on the platform except for age-restricted content.
Twitter Removes 373 Accounts For Violating ‘Platform Manipulation Policies’
The microblogging site Twitter said on Tuesday it had taken down 373 accounts which it said had ties to Russia, Iran and Armenia and had breached its platform manipulation policies.
LinkedIn Is ‘Back On Track’ After Worldwide Outage
LinkedIn started experiencing issues around 2PM ET, and LinkedIn confirmed things were back to normal at 4:21PM ET.
Netflix Will Now Automatically Download Series Or Movies On Your Mobile Device Based On Your Taste
Netflix introduced Smart Downloads features 3 years ago, so you can find the next episode of your favorite show – even when you’re on the go. Now, the company is rolling a new features that automatically download anything Netflix thinks you might want to watch.
WhatsApp said it will “slowly ask” such users to comply with the new terms “in order to have full functionality of WhatsApp” starting May 15. If they still don’t accept the terms, “for a short time, these users will be able to receive calls and notifications, but will not be able to read or send messages from the app,
Facebook Is Restricting Australian From Sharing Or Viewing News Links On The Platform
Australian users of the social network will no longer be able to access any news posts, whether it’s from the country or international, and Australian news publishers will no longer be allowed to post on their Pages.
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