Microsoft launches Who’s In social networking iMessage app

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Microsoft has launched a new app dubbed as Who’s In that makes it easier for you to plan events with your friends. The app lets you find restaurants, find movie options, visit nearby attractions and more. Continue reading “Microsoft launches Who’s In social networking iMessage app”

New job listing suggests that Apple might be looking forward to expanding its apps and service beyond iOS and into Android territory

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A new listing has popped up on Apple’s website that gives us an insight on the company’s plans to expand to the Android territory as well. The job listing states “looking for engineers to help Apple bring exciting new mobile products to the Android platform.”

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Apple adds two factor authentication for iMessage and FaceTime

With an aim to strengthen the security further, Apple has added  two factor authentication for iMessage and FaceTime. Previously, users that had two-factor enabled could log in to iMessage or FaceTime without requiring the time sensitive codes that should be required.

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UK PM wants to ban WhatsApp, Snapchat, iMessage and others

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Following on from the devastating terror attacks in Paris over the past week, the UK Prime Minister David Cameron has announced he could move to block encrypted messaging applications if he wins the next elections. In essence, this means that apps such as WhatsApp, iMessage or Snapchat that offer “methods of communication that cannot be read by security services even if they have a warrant” could be targetted. Continue reading “UK PM wants to ban WhatsApp, Snapchat, iMessage and others”

Apple launches web tool to deregister phone numbers from iMessage

Apple has released a new web tool that allows users to remove their phone numbers from iMessage registration. The web tool which is dubbed as ‘Deregister iMessage‘ will answer users biggest concern when they shift from iPhone to a smartphone from other mobile platform.

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Apple iOS 5 – The Changes

Apple’s iOS 5 mobile operating system will be released in the next few hours. This latest update is compatible with most recent iterations of the Apple mobile line, including iPhones after the 3GS, iPads and the iPod Touch.

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Google working on a messaging application to take on iMessage and BBM?

Apple recently announced iOS 5 at the WWDC event which is the new version of iOS, which comes with more than 200 new features. One of the notable features is the iMessage. iMessage is built in the message application, and it allows you to share messages, photos, videos and few more things. Continue reading “Google working on a messaging application to take on iMessage and BBM?”