The addition gives WhatsApp an answer to rivals that have had the option for a while, like Skype. And it’s arguably overdue. Over 1.5 billion people use WhatsApp every month, with some of them relying on it as their primary means of phone-based communication. This opens the door to group video calls for a significant chunk of that group, many of whom might have trouble convincing friends to switch apps just for the sake of a face-to-face conversation.
The exhibition will arrive on all “major” AR and VR platforms at an unspecified point in the future. There’s no exact pricing, but it will carry a cost for a good reason: some of the proceeds will go toward both the V&A Museum and the Brooklyn Museum. Think of it as paying for any other […]
11-11: Memories Retold is different. The story-driven experience, set during the last two years of World War One, has a painterly art style inspired by artists such as Claude Monet and Joseph Mallord William Turner. Every scene is created with tiny brush strokes that slowly move, transform and dissolve. As you move the twin protagonists […]
The company has fixed the issue in both the 1.3.17 beta and 1.4 versions of Telegram by giving you options to either disable peer-to-peer calling entirely or limit it to your contacts. Mishra received a €2,000 (about $2,300) bounty for the find. It’s not Telegram’s proudest moment, but the flaw does serve as a reminder […]