UK to ban WhatsApp under 'snoopers charter' law
UK to ban WhatsApp under 'snoopers charter' law

Using WhatsApp can be a past thing for Brits as the popular application is now facing a totalUK ban because of a new law enforcement that would stop people sending any form of encrypted messages.

Special: Meet two inspiring young women Prerna Pratham Singh, Chaitali

Meet Prerna Pratham Singh, an ordinary girl with extra ordinary guts! She received offensive texts from a man named Raushan Kumar on Facebook, but instead of ignoring it she decided to respond in a way that he will never forget!

Nick Gordon's suicidal tweets
Nick Gordon's suicidal tweets

Bobbi Kristina Brown's boyfriend Nick Gordon has tweeted some desperate messages a day ahead of her birthday.

Paris Hilton gets death threats and anti-Semitic messages
Paris Hilton gets death threats and anti-Semitic messages

Socialite Paris Hilton has been targeted by an anti-Semitic man who has sent her death threats and believes she is Jewish.

Paris Hilton gets threatening messages
Paris Hilton gets threatening messages

Socialite Paris Hilton has been targeted by an anti-Semitic man who has sent her death threats.

Radio telescopes on Earth sends 90,000 messages to Mars
Radio telescopes on Earth sends 90,000 messages to Mars

To mark the launch of the first robotic probe to the Red planet, that took place 50 years ago, radio telescopes on Earth sends 90,000 messages to Mars on Friday.

Facebook messages to move to messenger app

Smartphone users will soon see their messages disappear from the main Facebook app to the new Facebook messenger.

`Gesture` keyboard lets you swipe words in air!

In what could bring about some sweeping changes to the information technology, scientists are now on their way to present “gesture-swipe” keyboards that lets you type messages simply by waving your hands in the air.

New research sheds light on how Twitter shapes public opinion

A group of researchers in China have reportedly deduced how Twitter, with its 241 million users tweeting out 500 million messages daily, shape public opinion.

`Why` to quit smoking ads more powerful than `how` messages

Anti-smoking TV ads with messages about why to quit smoking can influence a smoker to quit within a month, while ads about how to kick the butt do not influence smoking behaviours, according to a new research.

Colombians come out in support of injured football star Falcao

Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos and hundreds of Colombians sent messages of support to football star Radamel Falcao, who might miss the 2014 Brazil World Cup due to a knee injury sustained Wednesday.

Messages designed to encourage weight loss could have opposite effect

Weight-stigmatizing messages shown by media - ones characterizing overweight individuals as lazy, weak-willed, self-indulgent and contributing to rising health care costs - could be tipping the scales in the wrong direction, a new research has suggested.

Kallis thanks his fans

South African cricketer Jacques Kallis Tuesday thanked his fans for wishing him the best in his final Test which concluded against India in Durban Monday.

Text messages go public in Russia after glitch

Thousands of mobile phone text messages went public in Russia after an error occurred at one of top mobile operators.

Ozzy Osbourne texts wife ‘racy messages’ to spice up romance

Ozzy Osbourne’s wife Sharon has revealed that the rocker never lets the romance factor go down in their life even when he is away on tour.

Christina Aguilera leaves romantic lipstick messages for hubby

Christina Aguilera has revealed that she keeps the spark alive in her marriage – by leaving lipstick marks all over the bathroom.

India BlackBerry users hold breath over ban

India`s BlackBerry users are holding their breath as they wait to see if the government carries out a threat this week to ban encrypted messages sent on the phones due to fears of misuse by militants.

Around 100 text messages sent to politicians

Around 100 text messages were sent to politicians, including Shashi Tharoor, from two mobile nos procured using forged docs in the past fortnight.

TigerText app removes embarrassing text messages

A California start-up launched a TigerText iPhone application that lets people kill embarrassing text messages after they have been sent out.