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New Google Messages functionality and features announced

Google has just announced a slew of new features that are either coming to coming to Google Messages, or already launched and available to some users. In a blogpost announcing the features, the Mountain View-based...

WhatsApp to launch new group polling functionality

WhatsApp is reportedly working on new functionality that will allow its users to create polls in group chats. According to a report by the WhatsApp watchers over at WBI, WhatsApp has submitted a new beta...

Advocacy group to challenge the iOS browser status quo

Apple is being challenged by a group of developers to end WebKit's dominance and allow other browser engines on the tech titans iPhone and iPad devices, following accusations that the current situation amounts to...

Digital ad minnows Snap, Pinterest soar past giant Meta

For years, investors have wondered about the long-term prospects for Snap and Pinterest, smaller digital advertising players which have had to pick up the ad dollar scraps left over from giant tech rivals. This week,...

Apple pulls Wordle knockoffs from App Store

Apple Inc said on Wednesday it has removed from its App Store several knockoffs of Wordle, a website-only word game that has seen a recent surge in popularity thanks to celebrities. The once-a-day online word...

Regulator: Apple submits plans to allow alt payment systems in South Korea

South Korea's telecommunications regulator has said that Apple had submitted plans to allow third-party payment systems on its app store, to comply with a law banning major app store operators from forcing software developers...

Apple seeks dismissal of India apps market antitrust case, cites tiny market share

Apple has asked India's antitrust watchdog to throw out a case alleging abuse of market power in the apps market, saying it is too small a player in the South Asian country where Google...

Apple starts legal action against Russian regulator in App Store dispute

Apple has started legal proceedings against Russia's anti-monopoly regulator in a dispute concerning alternative payment options on its App Store platform, the RIA news agency reported on Sunday citing court filings. Russia opened an antitrust...

Apple critic Tile Inc acquired by Life360 in $205 million deal

Tile Inc, a maker of tracking tags that was a vocal critic of Apple Inc, has been acquired by Life360, a location-sharing app maker. The deal was valued at $205 million after Tile had raised...

Snap hires head of carrier partnerships to boost global growth

Snap Inc said has it has hired its first head of telecom carrier partnerships, as the parent company of messaging app Snapchat seeks to bolster its growth outside the US. The Santa Monica, California-based company...

Amazon seen triumphing over Apple privacy changes in digital ad business

Amazon.com is expected to emerge as a winner in the digital advertising arena, surviving Apple's privacy changes better than rivals Facebook and Snap. The e-commerce giant's vast trove of customer shopping data reduces its reliance...

Twitter avoids revenue hit from Apple privacy changes

Twitter Inc has reported its quarterly revenue grew 37% and avoided the brunt of Apple Inc privacy changes on advertising that hobbled its rivals, sending its shares up 3%. The social networking site has been...