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WhatsApp Emoji Reactions to Start Rolling Out Today, Zuckerberg Reveals

WhatsApp Quick Reactions will start rolling out today, finally seeing the instant messaging platform catch up with rivals such as Telegram, productivity apps such as Slack, and even sister company Instagram. The feature will allow users to react to messages with an emoji, and in the initial stage, there will be six – like, love, […]

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WhatsApp Emoji Reactions to Start Rolling Out Today, Zuckerberg Reveals

WhatsApp Reactions will start rolling out today, finally seeing the instant messaging platform catch up with rivals such as Telegram and iMessage, besides productivity apps such as Slack, and even sister company Instagram. The feature will allow users to quickly react to messages with an emoji, and in the initial stage, there will be six […]

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WhatsApp Emoji Reactions to Start Rolling Out Today, Zuckerberg Reveals

WhatsApp Reactions will start rolling out today, finally seeing the instant messaging platform catch up with rivals such as Telegram and iMessage, besides productivity apps such as Slack, and even sister company Instagram. The feature will allow users to quickly react to messages with an emoji, and in the initial stage, there will be six […]

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Google Play to Start Showing Apple-Like Privacy Labels From Tomorrow

Google on Tuesday announced the release of its Data safety section in Google Play that will allow users to look at the information about how apps collect, share, and secure their data. The move, which was first announced in May last year, is similar to how Apple introduced privacy nutrition labels in 2020. All developers […]

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Facebook Dream Hire, Former UK Deputy Prime Minister, Has Made a Bad Start

The forthcoming European parliamentary election was meant to be Facebook’s big chance to please a constituency that trashes it on a regular basis: Politicians. After all of the controversy around fake news on the website and the Cambridge Analytica scandal (where Facebook user data was harvested for political purposes), the company hired the former British […]

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