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WhatsApp's new splash screen would essentially let users see the WhatsApp logo whenever they open the app on their iPhones.
To differentiate themselves and remain at the top, brands are working to give consumers better choice
The company launches the first-ever next-gen experience zone
A review of the Untitled Goose Game, a game without a title
They are available for free on iOS and Android so that you ladies never feel alone and unsafe
The company has announced a wide range of exclusive deals valid until the month-end
The search engine giant has also expanded four new types of road hazards that can be reported through its incident feature.
The quakes are fairly common, but they weren't noticed before because they were considered seismic background noise.
This Hubble image, taken on October 12, 2019, is the sharpest view of the comet to date, revealing a central concentration of dust around the nucleus.
The prototype device called Breath Junior keeps track of both small as well as large motions
The Li-ion technology is currently the best performing technology for energy storage based on batteries.
While some of the researchers had previously found that one-on-one human interactions with a virtual agent therapist yielded more confessions.
The short videos on topical issues are part of the social networking giant's marketing strategy
It is the first such product to carry Huawei's self-developed Harmony OS
The threat landscape for stalkerware has widened, as researchers at Kaspersky have discovered 380 variants of stalkerware in 2019 which is 31 per cent more than 2018
The iPhone maker, earlier this week, removed an app called HKmap.live from its iOS App Store, after it was criticised for aiding Hong Kong 'rioters'
The new products may be coming to a supermarket near you sooner than you think, say researchers
While the world grapples with the nitty-gritties of this addiction, centres for digital detox have begun to crop up
As a part of Samsung's Ecosystem, Galaxy Tab S6 allows users to manage their appliances with Smart Things
Constant use of mobiles can lead to physical illness like loneliness, anxiety and stress