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WhatsApp encrypts its messaging using a 256-bit key. However, according to a 2007 rule issued by India's Department of Telecommunications, private companies cannot use encryption higher than 40-bits without permission from...

LinkedIn Students boils LinkedIn down into a more simplified version that focuses on getting young people on certain career paths through relevant connections and providing details about positions. Based on your personal...

Say what you want, how you want. That’s how Snapchat’s reps say CEO Evan Spiegel describes Chat 2.0, a massive set of new features launching today. It lets private conversations morph...

Need more security in your Facebook messaging, but not willing to switch to a security-oriented service such as Telegram? We've got good news: Facebook is testing a far more secure type...

Google announced this week that it's making a bunch of changes to the emoji in Android: namely, it's finally introducing emoji that look like people, and it's largely doing away with its...

Facebook’s “family of apps” strategy is a wild success. While some might have expected it to roll Instagram into Facebook and leave chat in its main app, keeping Instagram independent and...

Instagram is testing a new search bar that'll let you search a specific person's followers, as well as who they're following. The search bars appear under the "Followers" and "Following" section...

Once upon a time, Twitter worked in the following way: Someone posted a tweet. Then someone else would tweet. Then you would see these tweets in your timeline, in the order...

Happy Sunday from Software Expand! In this week's edition of Feedback Loop, we talk about the future of Windows Phone, whether it makes sense to build media centers discuss the preferences...

Twitter announced on Wednesday it will now let any user apply to have their account verified. However, will more accounts actually gain Twitter verification? The answer appears to be yes. When Twitter announced this change in...

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