Twitter Introduces mixed media: Videos, images, and GIFs in one Tweet

Twitter has unveiled a new way to share multiple types of visual content (videos, photos, and GIFs) in a single Tweet. This new feature allows users to combine all three categories of visual content in a single tweet called as “mixed media”. Continue reading “Twitter Introduces mixed media: Videos, images, and GIFs in one Tweet”

Meta introduces new ways to customize your Facebook feed

Facebook, which is owned by Meta, today announced new options to tailor what you see in your Facebook Feed, so you can find the content that is most pertinent to you. You may now choose whether to show more or less posts from the individuals and communities you’re linked to, as well as posts that Facebook suggests to you. Recently, Meta introduced Community Chats on Facebook Messenger. Continue reading “Meta introduces new ways to customize your Facebook feed”

Instagram is getting ads in explore pages, profile feed

Instagram today announced new ad surfaces and tools to target more customers. It introduced ads on new surfaces and creative tools last month to help marketers create, tell their narratives, and expand their businesses. Continue reading “Instagram is getting ads in explore pages, profile feed”

Google revamps Google Home app for smart home experience

Google has made a significant step towards accomplishing that vision with upgrades to Matter for Android, Nest devices, and the new and updated Google Home app that was released today. The Google Home app will enhance your smart home experience, whether you only have a few smart lights or are a smart home fanatic with dozens of linked devices. Continue reading “Google revamps Google Home app for smart home experience”

YouTube tests requiring Premium subscription for 4K videos

YouTube is experimenting with placing its 4K content under a YouTube Premium membership. Several users reported witnessing playback of 2160p HD video restricted with wording designating it as a paid feature in recent weeks. Continue reading “YouTube tests requiring Premium subscription for 4K videos”

WhatsApp rolls out Screenshot blocking, Group Polls in beta

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Three new privacy features for WhatsApp, including online status, previous participants, and screenshot blocking, were introduced by Mark Zuckerberg in August on Facebook. And now, according to the report from WABetaInfo, WhatsApp appears to be releasing its latest version of view-once images and videos to stop others from capturing a screenshot or a screen recording of them. Some beta testers who get the latest beta from the Play Store could probably have this feature right now. Continue reading “WhatsApp rolls out Screenshot blocking, Group Polls in beta”

Twitter Blue subscribers are getting tweet editing feature

For the past month, Twitter has been doing internal testing on a feature that would allow users to edit tweets; as of today, that feature is available to the public. Australian, Canadian, and New Zealand users of Twitter Blue can already edit their tweets. The company has said that U.S. Twitter Blue users will be able to do the same “soon,” but it hasn’t said when. Continue reading “Twitter Blue subscribers are getting tweet editing feature”

WhatsApp is working on Keep disappearing messages, Do not disturb API for Missed calls; rolling out Call links for beta testers

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WhatsApp is currently releasing a new update to its beta app with the version number 2.22.21.13 via the Play Store. Recent beta updates showcase two new features that are currently in development, such as “Keep disabling messages” and “Do not disturb API – Missed calls.” Furthermore, WhatsApp’s “Call Links” feature, which lets users start or join a call with ease, is now widely rolling out to all beta users starting today. Continue reading “WhatsApp is working on Keep disappearing messages, Do not disturb API for Missed calls; rolling out Call links for beta testers”

Twitter introduces TikTok-like ‘immersive’ video viewing

Twitter is releasing two major updates to the video viewing experience today to make it simpler to keep up with what’s occurring. Here’s a quick rundown of what you can anticipate from the new video products and how to utilize them, so you don’t miss a moment of the action on Twitter. According to the company, videos published on Twitter garner billions of views a year. Continue reading “Twitter introduces TikTok-like ‘immersive’ video viewing”

Google Maps to get Neighborhood Vibe, Search with Live View and more

Google has revealed at the ‘Search On’ how it is reinventing Google Maps once more, with a visual and user-friendly map that lets you travel anywhere as if you were actually there, thanks to most recent developments in computer vision and predictive models. It also includes four new updates that make Maps appear and feel more like the real world. Continue reading “Google Maps to get Neighborhood Vibe, Search with Live View and more”

Google Search gets a more visual experience, new features

At Search On event, Google explained how machine learning is helping them create search experiences that mirror how people make sense of the world. Also, by interpreting information in its numerous forms, from words to images to the real world, They can help users gather and explore data in innovative ways. Google is making visual search more natural and intuitive for users. Continue reading “Google Search gets a more visual experience, new features”

Truecaller Assistant uses AI for call screening, answering to filter fraud and scam calls

Truecaller just introduced new Truecaller Assistant in the Truecaller app that leverages machine learning, speech-to-text, and natural language processing technologies to create a call-screening solution to combat fraud and scam calls. This is similar to the call screening feature in the Google Phone app. Continue reading “Truecaller Assistant uses AI for call screening, answering to filter fraud and scam calls”

Intel Unison to make PCs and phones work together

Intel has launched Intel Unison along with Intel 13th Gen desktop CPUs.  The software solution integrates devices, operating systems, and form factors. This real cross-platform experience will give the Windows environment a multi-device experience that doesn’t require device sacrifices. It’s compatible with both Android and iOS phones. Continue reading “Intel Unison to make PCs and phones work together”

WhatsApp is working on new camera modes for Android devices

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WhatsApp is currently releasing a new update to its beta app with the version number 2.22.21.8 via the Play Store. This reveals that WhatsApp is developing a camera mode for Android users to allow them to experiment with various modes. This will give users new things to discover and better possibilities. Recently, WhatsApp beta got multi-device support for Android tablets and the Call Links feature, which lets users start or join a call easily. Continue reading “WhatsApp is working on new camera modes for Android devices”