Dark UX design and digital loneliness: How technology is weaponised to keep you hooked on to social media
Unchecked screen time, hacking the brain to get you hooked on to social media apps is playing havoc with our mental wellbeing
Brian Acton, the co-founder of WhatsApp has renewed calls for people to delete Facebook.
Luckey left Facebook amid controversy surrounding his political contributions and financial support of far-right groups.
Defending the company and Zuckerberg, Marcus said: "It's actually a whole new standard of low-class."
WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton has spilled the beans behind the real reason for his departure
While the founders were around, the independence of these apps was at least a stray ray of hope.
Facebook is undergoing a reorganisation with CPO Chris Cox being put in charge of major products; a blockchain division will also launch soon
The shakeup appeared to consolidate power at the sprawling internet company, although it included no firings or outside hires.
The encrypted Direct Message (DM) option was first spotted inside Twitter for APK that contains codes for unreleased features that companies are testing.
With native payments, it looks like Mark Zuckerberg wants to make Instagram an e-commerce platform as well
From being labelled as ‘Snapchat copycats’ after ripping off the app’s Stories feature in 2016, Instagram has left Snapchat trailing by a massive margin.
WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum stepping down puts a big question mark on Facebook's data policies with regards to the messaging app
WhatsApp founders leaving the company speaks volumes of Facebook's data policies and where it's headed.
WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum quits amidst reported clashes with Facebook over data privacy; here's the full text of his resignation
Jan Koum’s plan to exit comes after clashing over WhatApp’s strategy and Facebook’s attempts to use its personal data and weaken its encryption.
WhatsApp has increasingly grown its interdependence on Facebook infrastructure with a plan for deeper integration about sharing user data.
WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton has announced that he will be leaving the company in order to start his own non-profit foundation
Popular messaging service WhatsApp said it would start sharing users' phone numbers with parent Facebook Inc, marking a notable shift in its stance on privacy.
India is celebrating its 70th Independence Day. That’s 7 decades. All we can ever fight about in our discourses are the past 6 decades and the progress we’ve made. Sure, that’s a good thing. Accountability is a great virtue. One half of the camp is caustic in disappointment, while the other half is up in arms in defence. The time to look forward is here. What's the story ahead?
The chief justice of Brazil's Supreme Court struck down a lower court decision that had blocked the WhatsApp messaging service nationwide.
When Facebook-owned mobile messaging service WhatsApp announced to turn on end-to-end encryption for its over one billion monthly active users last month, CEO Mark Zuckerberg hailed this as an "important milestone for the WhatsApp community.
The announcement has come close on the heels of a legal battle between Apple and FBI over the US agency's demand that the iPhone maker help unlock its mobile phones. Many Silicon Valley players had supported Apple citing that user data privacy needs to be respected.
Voice Calling on one of the most popular messaging app has been delayed again and has been pushed for release to the first quarter of 2015.