9 Hidden Android Functions You Didn’t Know About

Android phones are one of the most common smartphones on the market today. Android is an operating system originally developed by Google but has been since taken over by a number of other companies. As of 2017, Samsung is the…

Google Under European Antitrust Hammer Again As Italy Slaps $123 Million Fine

Google overwhelms Europe’s internet searcher market, an after-effect U.S. government attorneys are examining as they begin suing Google. Europe fined Google in the past three years almost $10 billion for antitrust infringement; however, how much has changed?

Clubhouse Spawns Several Copy Cats In The Audio Social Media Space

The social media aspect of music and video exploded in 2020, with Clubhouse attracting users worldwide. The audio chat app Clubhouse’s meteoric rise hasn’t just attracted users’ attention, which is currently some 10 million. The significant increase in members has not gone unnoticed.

sRide founders launch sNeighbour app to help communities tide over the pandemic

Highlight sNeighbour app enables community-level engagement to seek and offer help during these difficult times of pandemic sNeighbour is an expansion to sRide, a leading carpooling app that has 2 million users across 10 cities in India Global software firms…

Paytm’s Tussle With Google In India Mirrors Fortnite’s Legal Battle With Apple In The US

When Google moved to ban Paytm from its app store for 8 long hours, the bosses surely would have anticipated the controversy that was to follow.

Facebook adopts the dark side

The undisputed king of social media Facebook has finally come up with a dark mode for their mobile app users.

Your old phone can be used to keep a watch at your own house

If you have some old phones collecting dust in a drawer don’t sell them for a fraction of what you

It’s The End for the “BBM”

BlackBerry Messenger, also known as BBM, the service that introduced the concept of mobile chat, is shutting down after a decline in popularity.

It was once the crown jewel of BlackBerry’s
phone service and during its heyday played a pivotal role in the 2011 London
riots owing to the encrypted nature of the messages.

Google Maps to let users create public events soon

Soon, create public events on Google Maps Google Maps has a new feature in-the-making which will allow users to create public events with ease. Android Police spotted a new bit of documentation on the Google Maps Help site that hinted…

Pope Francis launches new app “ClickToPray” making religion digital

ClickToPray looks forward to bring youngsters back to the Church As the world is rampantly becoming digital, we mark the small steps it takes. Finally religion has paved its way to the digital world. With more and more people becoming…