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Signal's new PIN system will allow it 'to support future functionality while still protecting user privacy'
NSO Group produces Pegasus, a highly invasive tool that can reportedly switch on a target's cell phone camera and microphone and access data on it, effectively turning the phone into a pocket spy
The suit filed in a California federal court contends that NSO Group tried to infect approximately 1,400 "target devices" with malicious software to steal valuable information from those using the messaging app
Blackberry says the technology industry 'is very fluid, and, in spite of our substantial efforts, users have moved on to other platforms, while new users proved difficult to sign on'
Businesses around the world can now use Facebook targeting to extend their reach to people in Messenger
Facebook says the change would allow the company to target advertising at WhatsApp users who are also on the social media platform and help WhatsApp fight spam on its service
The top queries that the service receives are on seed quality and varietal information pest management seed availability and nutrient management
UPDATED The requests from the Bank of Bangladesh were not priority Some were even vague RCBC s Maria Cecilia Estavillo says
A SWIFT official says it is the responsibility of member banks to ensure there is nothing wrong in their payment transactions
Behind many international money transfers is the SWIFT system — a messaging network used by banks and other financial institutions to securely and quickly send money transfer instructions
Chat 2 0 offers better video chat with new features like audio notes and stickers
The arrival of Messenger as a web based application lets users chat with Facebook without the distraction of Facebook itself in front of them
WhatsApp s 450 million worldwide users were unable to access the service for hours