Photo-sharing app Instagram's logo.Instagram on Monday allows four people to live stream together in virtual "rooms.The Live Rooms feature allows four participants to engage in real-time broadcasts that other Instagram users can tune into. Livestream conversations during the past year on Instagram have included talks by authorities on Covid-19, celebrity interviews, etc.

In this file photo taken on August 14, 2020 a person logs into Epic Games' Fortnite on their smartphone in Los Angeles. ? AFP/Chris Delmas BRUSSELS: Fortnite maker Epic Games launched a complaint with EU antitrust authorities against Apple over its app store, deepening a feud that began last year. Apple and Epic have been locked in a fierce battle over whether Apple's tight control of the App Store, and its 30-percent cut of revenue, is abusive.

It's true that we shouldn't open suspicious links but, in this case, it's another fake news. There have been several reports about an Android worm being spread through WhatsApp. WABetaInfo, however, says it's all fake news. WABetaInfo is the an independent portal tracking WhatsApp features. The reports are saying that a virus can be received through a WhatsApp message.

Representations of virtual currency Bitcoin are placed on U.S. Dollar banknotes in this illustration taken May 26, 2020. ? Reuters/File Bitcoin builds on rally fuelled by signs that it is gaining acceptance among mainstream investorsBitcoin hit a new high of $50,602, and was last up 5% at $50,300It has risen around 72% so far this year, with most gains coming after Tesla said it had bought $1.5

The TikTok app's logo seen on a mobile phone screen in this picture illustration taken February 21, 2019. ? Reuters/File ByteDance is said to be exploring sale of India operations of TikTok to rival unicorn GlanceThe discussions, initiated by Japan's SoftBank Group Corp , are private, early and complexLast month, ByteDance reduced its 2,000-plus India team and said that it's unsure of resuming operations TOKYO: China's ByteDance is said to be exploring the sale of the India operations of TikTok to rival unicorn Glance, Bloomberg News reported on Saturday.

A still from the video explainer shared by Telegram, on February 14, 2021. ? Twitter/Telegram Messaging app Telegram has a treat for users this Valentine's Day. Users can find new Valentine's Day stickers "featuring your favourite cephalopod and more", said Telegram in a special post on the occasion. All they need to do is go to the "Trending Tab" (+) of the sticker panel.

? Reuters/File WhatsApp rolls out a new update for its Android version Web releases include all bug fixes implemented in the previous beta versions submitted to Play StoreBeta testers should not upgrade to 2.21.3.15 WhatsApp has released a new update for its Android users ? the 2.21.3.15 version. According to WaBetaInfo, this release, like other Web releases "includes all bug fixes implemented in the previous beta versions submitted to Play Store."

Early treatment with a medication commonly used to treat asthma appears to significantly reduce the need for urgent care and hospitalisation in people with COVID-19, researchers at the University of Oxford have found. The STOIC study found that inhaled budesonide given to patients with COVID-19 within seven days of the onset of symptoms also reduced recovery time.

WhatsApp logo courtesy WhatsApp website. WhatsApp on Tuesday shared four ways a user can keep their chats "safe, secure and private". WhatsApp's message came on #SaferInternetDay, on which the messaging platform renewed its commitment to users to protect their privacy.Two-step verification The platform said that the first measure a user must take is to enable "two step verification", which is an "optional feature to add a PIN to your account" which keeps it "super duper secure".

A Twitter feed seen on a phone with the platform's logo in the backdrop. ? AFP/File NEW DELHI: Despite the threat of criminal action, Twitter on Wednesday refused to block some accounts in India amid growing criticism due to the mass farmers' protests in the capital. Indian officials last week demanded that Twitter block hundreds of users that have tweeted on demonstrations against proposed new agriculture laws, saying they were a "grave threat to public order".