1. WhatsApp: Hackers on the prowl, protect yourself  Daily Sun
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Chinenye Anuforo chinenyeanuforo@gmail.com Users are being urged to update their WhatsApp smartphone apps immediately because of a security bug that allows hackers to take over your phone by simply calling it, whether or not you answer. These hackers could get hold of all your personal information. They act on your integrity and sometimes send out […]

WhatsApp: Hackers on the prowl, protect yourself – The Sun Nigeria

Facebook has long allowed Instagram and WhatsApp to operate independently. Now, it's "Instagram from Facebook."Facebook has long allowed Instagram and WhatsApp to operate independently. Now, it's "Instagram from Facebook."

Facebook Puts Its Stamp—and Name—on Instagram and WhatsApp | WIRED

WhatsApp has amassed more than 400 million users in India, the instant messaging app confirmed today, reaffirming its gigantic reach in its biggest market. Amitabh Kant, CEO of highly influential local think-tank NITI Aayog, revealed the new stat at a press conference held by WhatsApp in New Delhi on Thursday. A WhatsApp spokesperson confirmed that […]WhatsApp has amassed more than 400 million users in India, the instant messaging app confirmed today, reaffirming its gigantic reach in its biggest market. Amitabh Kant, CEO of highly influential local think-tank NITI Aayog, revealed the new stat at a press conference held by WhatsApp in New Delhi on Thursday. A WhatsApp spokesperson confirmed that […]

WhatsApp reaches 400 million users in India, its biggest market – TechCrunch