YouTube Rolls out Clips, Live Polls, and Subscriber-only Chat for Streamers

YouTube Rolls out Clips, Live Polls, and Subscriber-only Chat for Streamers

YouTube has added three new highly-requested features to aid streamers and bolster its platform to rival Twitch. The new features include subscriber-only chats, support for live polls, and the clip feature to help streamers and game creators improve their live stream sessions. YouTube announced the new features via an official post on its community forum recently. The … Read more

Twitter Fleets is Shutting Down on August 3

Twitter Fleets is Shutting Down on August 3

Twitter recently announced to remove Fleets from its platform via an official tweet. As per the official statement, the company would remove Fleets starting from August 3. You can check out the tweet attached right below. Now, it is pretty unusual for Twitter to remove a feature that was released to the public just months … Read more

WhatsApp Starts Rolling Out Multi-Device Support to Beta Testers

WhatsApp Starts Rolling Out Multi-Device Support to Beta Testers

WhatsApp has been working on multi-device support for its platform for quite some time. We have seen reports about its development that date back to 2019. However, the wait for multi-device support on WhatsApp has finally come to an end as the company has started rolling out the feature to a limited number of beta testers today. So, … Read more

Google Meet’s mobile app now supports filters and effects on video calls

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In the event that you’ve at any point needed to utilize channels or foundation impacts on a Google Meet call from your portable, presently you can. The internet giant has recently refreshed the Google Meet portable application to incorporate help for the two channels and impacts. Google Meet Adds Filters and Effects to Mobile App … Read more

Twitter No Longer Enjoys Liability Protection in India, Says Delhi Court

Twitter No Longer Enjoys Liability Protection in India, Says Delhi Court

After the Indian government established New IT Rules 2021 earlier this year, Twitter has been facing some serious legal issues in the country. We saw a report last month stating that the social media giant is to lose its status as an intermediary platform in India. Now, as per a court filing, Twitter has lost liability protection against … Read more

Airtel Launches ‘Secure Internet’ to Safeguard Xstream Fiber Users Online

Airtel Launches ‘Secure Internet’ to Safeguard Xstream Fiber Users Online

As the continuous pandemic has constrained us inside, Airtel has been offering different worth advantages to its clients to remain associated with one another. We as of late saw the telco dispatch its across the board “Airtel Black” administration in India. Presently, the organization has delivered a committed web security administration named “Secure Internet” for … Read more

FairTEC Is a New Initiative That Promotes Sustainable Use of Smartphone, Digital Tech

FairTEC Is a New Initiative That Promotes Sustainable Use of Smartphone, Digital Tech

Smartphones have now become a vital piece of our lives. By and large, every a few years. In this way, you can envision the sheer measure of e-squander a specific product offering creates each year. Referring to this issue, and to elevate more supportable approaches to keep up with computerized innovation, a couple of European … Read more

‘No reason to celebrate’: Canada Day muted as country reckons with dark colonial history

Canada Day muted as country reckons with dark colonial history

OTTAWA (Reuters) – Multiple cities scrapped Canada Day celebrations on Thursday after the discovery of hundreds of remains of children at former indigenous schools sparked a reckoning with the country’s colonial past. Calls to scale back or cancel celebrations snowballed after, beginning in May, almost 1,000 unmarked graves were found at former so-called residential schools … Read more

Facebook, Google, TikTok, and Twitter commit to tackling abuse of women online

Facebook, Google, TikTok, and Twitter commit to tackling abuse of women online

Four of the world’s biggest social media platforms, Facebook, Google, Twitter, and TikTok pledged on Thursday at the UN Generation Equality Forum in Paris to bring in improvements to their services that would make women safer online. The promises come after over a year of consultations run by Tim Berners-Lee’s Web Foundation, in which over 120 women experts from 35 countries came together … Read more

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