Telegram rolls out new features

Telegram has launched fresh updates to improve the app’s speed. The messaging app now has hyper-fast scrolling, a calendar view, a date bar, admin approval settings for invite links, chat themes, and other features. “Today’s update brings new ways to find memories in shared media with high-speed scrolling and a calendar view, an admin approval setting for invite links, global chat themes for your entire app, and more,” the Telegram blog read. The features have been rolled out for the iOS version of the app. Telegram has added a new…

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Stay connected with WhatsApp Web without smartphone being online

WhatsApp is always testing new features to improve the user experience. The ability to link devices without the smartphone being online is the most recent feature that WhatsApp users will soon get. In other words, both Android and iOS users will be able to use WhatsApp’s multi-device feature. Previously, users could connect their smartphones to their personal computers, but they had to always have their devices online. WhatsApp, on the other hand, will now allow users to link devices without requiring the primary smartphone to be online. The ability to…

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Windows 11 users facing issues with some features: Microsoft has the solution

Microsoft has begun to inform users that certain functions of Windows 11 will no longer work due to an expired certificate. Microsoft has already found a solution, but it is trying to make it available to everyone, which means that only a few customers who know how to install beta updates will be able to resolve the issue. The certificate expired on October 31 and several features that relied on it to work are no longer available. The Snippet Tool, touch keyboard, and emoji panel are among the Windows 11…

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Meta doesn’t want to remove facial recognition system completely

Facebook revealed a few days ago that it is discontinuing its controversial face recognition feature. The facial recognition system, which was released in 2010, has been dragged up multiple times by cybersecurity experts due to privacy flaws. However, this does not imply that the business is abandoning the face recognition technology completely. Meta, Facebook’s parent company, stated that it will continue to use the face recognition system for its metaverse products. Meta has recently said that while the feature has been withdrawn from Facebook and its Portal devices, facial recognition…

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Airtel is unsure about JioPhone Next will attract users

Jio’s Google-backed smartphone went on sale. The JioPhone Following is priced at Rs 6499, but consumers can purchase the device for Rs 1,999 and pay the rest in simple EMIs over the next 18 or 24 months. “I’m not too sure if the new 4G device (read: JioPhone Next) will drive feature phone users to upgrade in a major way as smartphone prices, including those of 4G devices priced up to Rs 12,000 have risen sharply due to high input costs chipset costs, memory and screen prices have all gone…

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Samsung inspired by Apple?

The Apple vs. Samsung battle is never ending, but it appears that the latter is recently adopting inspiration from Apple for numerous of its products and services. A new example is being circulated on the internet, in which Samsung appears to have followed in the footsteps of Apple in terms of web browsing experience. Apple has just started to deliver the iOS 15 upgrade to its iPhones. Several changes have been made to the company’s Safari web browser as a result of the update. One such feature allows iPhone users…

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Moto G51 comes with everything you ever wanted

Motorola has finally lifted the lid on the Moto G51 after months of leaks and rumours. The smartphone is now available in the Chinese market. The Moto G51 is a mid-range smartphone with features such as a Qualcomm Snapdragon 480+ SoC and a 5,000mAh battery. The front camera is housed in a punch hole cutout in the display. At the back of the smartphone is a capsule-shaped camera module that holds three sensors. Motorola has been on a roll, having previously released the Moto E40 and the Edge 20 line…

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Meta shuts down Facebook’s facial recognition feature

Facebook is shutting down its controversial facial recognition system so your photos and videos will no longer be automatically detected. People who have enabled the Face Recognition feature will not be recognized in photos. Facebook has stated that it would remove the face recognition template that was used to identify them. The removal of the face recognition system, which it deployed ten years ago, is the social media giant’s first strategic step after changing its parent company to Meta. The feature has long been chastised by society’s watchdogs for its…

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Battlegrounds mobile India gets two new modes

Battlegrounds Mobile India is now getting the much-anticipated Virus Infection game mode, which will allow you to fight your opponents as either humans or zombies. There are three rounds in this mode, and your aim as a zombie is to infect humans, while your goal as a human is to defend yourself from being infected. The latest version includes the mode, as well as the Payload 2.0 mode, which adds high-power weaponry and helicopters to the game. Battlegrounds Mobile India revealed on Instagram that both new modes – Payload 2.0…

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Made in India squid game inspired multiplayer game coming soon

Squid Game is all the rage now. It’s everywhere, from an Instagram filter that allows you to play the Red Light, Green Light game to the Joker malware-infected Android app. So, when an Indian company decided to offer a game based on the Netflix show, it understood just how to strike a chord with the gamers. Silly World is a new game by SuperGaming, a Pune-based developer, that will feature the Squid Royale Games, which are based on the Red Light, Green Light game. Silly World has received over 300,000…

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