FB messenger goes solo, spells danger for WhatsApp
FB messenger goes solo, spells danger for WhatsApp

The world`s leading social networking site, Facebook has announced that now social butterflies need not to have a Facebook account to use Facebook Messenger.

Shocking! 35-year-old marries 6-year-old girl in Rajasthan

In a shocking incident, a 35-year- old elected representative of Gangrar Panchayat Samiti allegedly married a 6-year-old girl earlier this week, officials of Chittorgarh district said on Saturday.

Amazon Kindle allows sharing book previews using messaging
Amazon Kindle allows sharing book previews using messaging

Amazon has launched an update which now let users to share previews of books and text snippets to apps like Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp or via text message.

WhatsApp launches voice calling feature for Windows Phone
WhatsApp launches voice calling feature for Windows Phone

 Instant messaging app WhatsApp has released an update for Windows Phone.

Messenger comes without Facebook account compulsion

 Now, a Facebook account is not required to sign up for Messenger, the social networking giant has announced.

Man faces USD 68,000 fine for swearing on WhatsApp in UAE
Man faces USD 68,000 fine for swearing on WhatsApp in UAE

A man in the UAE could be fined over USD 68,000 for swearing at his colleague on WhatsApp under a new law governing internet users after the country's top court overturned a verdict of a lesser fine for the offence.

Belgium raids suspected Islamists, fails to confirm attack plot

Belgian police raided suspected Islamist militants, mostly of Chechen origin, on Monday but found no evidence to confirm suspicions that they were planning an attack, prosecutors said.

Whatsapp group of youngsters adopt a school in Samba, J&K

Whatsapp group of Youngsters has adopted a school in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir.

WhatsApp group administrator attacked for dropping members in Maharashtra

Two people who were dropped from a WhatsApp group hired goons and attacked the group`s administrator with knives here, police said on Saturday.

Question paper leaked on WhatsApp?

The question paper for annual examination of B.Com final year of Delhi University's School of Open Learning allegedly got leaked on WhatsApp for the third consecutive day on Friday.

SC unwilling to order fresh AIPMT exams due to irregularities

The Supreme Court on Tuesday expressed unwillingness to hold the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) afresh following alleged irregularities in the May 3 examination and directed the Haryana Police to expedite its probe to track the beneficiaries.

Facebook considering business-to-consumer chat for WhatsApp
Facebook considering business-to-consumer chat for WhatsApp

Social networking giant Facebook is considering to let businesses interact with users of WhatsApp via live chats and alerts.

WeChat will have more news feed ads

Tencent has announced that it is putting more news feed ads inside WeChat to increase monetization.

UP: Vice-principal held for sharing objectionable message on phone

The vice-principal of a private school here has been arrested for allegedly circulating objectionable content related to a particular community on a mobile messaging app, police said on Wednesday.

 WhatsApp calls may not be as cost-effective as you first thought
WhatsApp calls may not be as cost-effective as you first thought

 A new research has revealed that WhatsApp voice calling could be costing you a small fortune .

'Licence regime for OTTs to result in negative consequences'

Bringing over-the-top (OTT) players like WhatsApp and Skype under a licensing regime will result in "negative unforeseen consequences" for technology start-ups and ecosystem, Internet service providers have said.

Email addiction can damage your health

Not just WhatsApp or Facebook, even an email addiction can damage your health owing to an increased stress levels, say British researchers.

Net Neutrality: COAI's campaign garners support of 40 lakh people

Telecom lobby group COAI Sunday claimed that 40 lakh mobile subscribers have supported its 'campaign' that calls for Internet-based communication services such as WhatsApp and Skype be subjected to similar norms that apply to mobile operators.

Beware of fake earthquake predictions circulated on social media

The Central government has advised citizens to ignore any rumours or text messages of a strong earthquake striking North India.