BlackBerry’s all-touch, water-proof flagship device to launch in October

Chinese electronics company TCL will launch a full touchscreen smartphone under the BlackBerry name in October — a month after Apple launches its new flagship iPhone 8 and a refresh of iPhone 7 devices According to a report in Engadget, TCL’s Fran├žois Mahieu said the new phone would respect BlackBerry’s reputation for building hard-wearing devices… Continue reading BlackBerry’s all-touch, water-proof flagship device to launch in October

Now, access Google camera’s selfie flash with a tap on the app

The “Google Camera” application named has been updated to feature a selfie flash which is usually missing from the front cameras of most smartphones, the media reported on Saturday. As noted by Google, the latest version is designed to work on recent Nexus and Pixel devices running Android 7.1.1 and above, The Verge reported. Also,… Continue reading Now, access Google camera’s selfie flash with a tap on the app

Facebook kills Snapchat-like app it released last year for users under 21

Facebook has shut down its standalone social networking app Lifestage that it released a year ago for high schoolers, media reports said. Not many people know about this Snapchat-like app as only users aged 21 or younger could sign up for it. According to a report in the Business Insider on Tuesday, Lifestage was intended… Continue reading Facebook kills Snapchat-like app it released last year for users under 21

Facebook shuts down AI system after creating its own language

Days after Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that artificial intelligence (AI) was the biggest risk, Facebook has shut down one of its AI systems after chatbots started speaking in their own language defying the codes provided. According to a report in Tech Times on Sunday, the social media giant had to pull the plug on… Continue reading Facebook shuts down AI system after creating its own language

New Facebook update reduces links to low-quality web pages

In an effort to enhance the user experience, Facebook has rolled out an update that reduces the posts on News Feed linking to low-quality web pages. Many Facebook users had complained that when they clicked on a link, it led to a web page containing little substantive content, covered in disruptive or malicious ads, the… Continue reading New Facebook update reduces links to low-quality web pages