WhatsApp Debuts New Features to Users

If you’re not a fan of the default messaging app on your smartphone, there’s a good chance you’re using WhatsApp instead. With more than 1.5 billion users, WhatsApp is currently the most popular messaging application in the world. The company’s success is due in large part to its ability to innovate and add new features… Read more »

Google’s Bug Bounty Offers Lucrative Payouts to Researchers

Security flaws and performance issues can put a serious dent in an application’s user base, and few companies understand the value of effective bug fixing better than Google. That’s why Google has invested heavily in its bug bounty program in recent years. This program offers monetary rewards to researchers who identify bugs in Google’s software… Read more »

Microsoft Edge Gets a Beta Release on the iPad

After replacing the ailing Internet Explorer browser on Windows 10 PCs and Xbox Consoles, Microsoft is gradually rolling out its new Edge browser on a number of other popular platforms as well. The company released an iPhone version of Edge in November 2017, and now they’re preparing to release a scaled-up version of the app… Read more »

Google Is Making It Easier to Develop Cross-Platform Apps

For startups and small businesses with limited resources, developing a mobile application for multiple platforms simultaneously can be downright impossible. That’s why small development companies typically release their applications one platform first, and then release them on others later on. Thanks to a new open-source toolkit from Google, however, it soon could become much easier… Read more »