Microsoft’s Windows Phone Continues To Move Slowly Towards Its End By 2019

It would be painful to see Windows Phone go by this year end. Microsoft has already admitted last year that it will no longer provide any new hardware system and features working on its Windows Operating System. Using this death sentence, the company will slowly lead Windows Phone towards its demise. Microsoft announced on Monday that it will not accept any new application submissions of Windows 8.0 and Windows 8.1

Chinese Apps Have Expanded Using This Technique

After selling a firm to Alibaba that he established in 2013, Forrest Chen needed to look further than China for his next business enterprise. India was one of the nations on his list of possible markets, which comprised the U.K., the U.S., Thailand, and Indonesia. “We rolled out NewsDog in 2015 in the U.S. and got 10,000 consumers but realized soon that withholding was bad due to so much rivalry,”

Loss Of Active Users By Snap Could Signal The Peak Of The Social Media

For quite a long time, the users appeared to have a boundless hunger for catching up with every incoming social media platform. But for now, few companies seem to be reaching the edge of the expansion of their user base. In the statement released on Tuesday the company said that the number of active users on daily basis has reduced by almost 3 million in second quarter of the current

WhatsApp Is Developing Its Team In India

WhatsApp has told the government that it is developing a domestic team, which comprises hiring of India head. This comes as fraction of measures to check circulation of false news but has not met the major requirement of verifying message originators, as per official sources. The well-liked messaging app is below pressure over mistreatment of its platform for fake news circulation that has provoked mob fury. The IT ministry executive

You Can Now Have Fun With The Snake Game On Facebook, Thanks To AR

The classic snake game from Nokia is back. This time it launches with AR (augmented reality). HMD Global, the firm that makes Nokia handsets, has relaunched the game after incorporating it with AR camera from Facebook. Also now the game is universally accessible (and not just on Nokia handsets) on machines well-matched with both iOS and Android. This brings it to the widest user base ever since its beginning. The