WhatsApp Stops Working on these Smartphones
Facebook-owned mobile messaging app WhatsApp has stopped working on smartphones that support ‘BlackBerry OS’, ‘BlackBerry 10’, ‘Windows Phone 8.0’ and older platforms in the New Year. “These platforms don’t offer the kind of capabilities we need to expand our app’s features in the future,” a spokesperson wrote in a support note on the company’s website.
Skype Blocked in UAE. What are the Alternatives?
Skype, the popular software that allows users to make voice and video calls between computers, mobile phones and tablet devices via the internet, has been blocked in the UAE. According to a tweet by UAE-based telecom companies Etisalat and du, the access to Skype has been blocked over unlicensed VoIP calls.
Here’s how Google Search is Making Customer Reviews more Unbiased
If you always thought that a nasty review of a restaurant, spa or bank on Google search is genuine, think again if it’s actually an unsatisfied customer’s view. You never know, it might just be a flustered ex-employee of that company venting it out through a Google search review!
This New Facebook Feature Lets you ‘Snooze’ to ‘Mute’ Friends for 30 days
Checking your Facebook news feed can be a demanding task, especially if you receive notifications from friends, groups and pages almost every second! If you ever wanted to take a break from those ‘talkative’ ones, you are in for good news. Last week Facebook introduced a ‘snooze’ feature that lets you temporarily unfollow a person, page or group for 30 days.
WhatsApp’s Standalone Business App Set for Launch
As businesses widely use WhatsApp to communicate with their customers, particularly in Asia, the Facebook-owned service appears all set to launch a brand new app for them. In a new FAQ published on its site, WhatsApp has revealed more details about the upcoming Business accounts like how to identify verified Business accounts from non-verified ones.