WhatsApp: How to Use ‘Search by Date’ feature on iOS?

Called the ‘Search by date’, the feature is available with the latest 23.1.75 update on iOS smartphones. Meta-owned instant messaging platform WhatsApp has introduced a new feature for its users that will make searching old messages easier. Called the ‘Search by date’, the feature is available with the latest 23.1.75 update on iOS smartphones. The update brings a host of other interesting features to WhatsApp that will be rolling out to users over the coming weeks. But search by date has started rolling out to iPhone users. If you are…

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Apple Ios 16.3 is here: New features, how to download and other details

Support for Apple HomePod (Gen 2) and changes to the emergency SOS button are some of the features that the latest iOS update brings. Apple has finally rolled out iOS 16.3 for all iPhone users. The update has been in beta for sometime and is finally available for download. The iOS 16.3 update comes with new features and bug fixes. Support for Apple HomePod (Gen 2) and changes to the emergency SOS button are some of the features that the update brings. Here’s a look With the new iOS 16.3…

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New WhatApp Scam India: Don’t fall for the Rs. 50 per like for YouTube Videos, up to Rs.5000 per day SCAM!

In this article, we will explore how this scam operates, what red flags to look out for, and how to avoid falling victim to it. New WhatsApp Scam India: Scammers are taking advantage of joblessness, layoffs, and people’s need for extra income by offering fake job opportunities, such as paying Rs. 50 for liking a YouTube video. These scammers use platforms like WhatsApp, LinkedIn, and even Facebook to lure victims with promises of easy money, like earning up to Rs. 5,000 per day for liking YouTube videos. They often ask for personal information…

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Twitter officially bans third-party clients with new developer rules

Twitter is banning all third-party apps and clients, and updating its API rules, explicitly forbidding developers from creating apps, which are similar to the main Twitter experience. Twitter has banned all third-party clients and apps and updated the rules for developers accessing its API (application programming interface). The terms of service were updated on Jan 19, almost a week after the company abruptly pulled the plug on all third-party apps that were accessing the platform. The new rules states that developers cannot use the company’s API to create “a substitute…

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ChatGPT will be the calculator for writing, top economist says

Teachers and university professors are worried that ChatGPT, made by the Microsoft Corp.-backed Open AI, will have a detrimental effect on students by making cheating easier than ever. ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence system that can produce sophisticated essays on complex subjects in seconds, will become the “calculator for writing,” according to a leading economist. The New York City Department of Education banned chatGPT access on its networks, citing negative impacts on student learning, but a Stanford University professor thinks otherwise. Erik Brynjolfsson, professor of economics and information technology at Stanford…

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Twitter launches its blue subscription service in Japan

Twitter’s paid service “Twitter Blue” has become available in Japan, with a dedicated icon displayed as of Jan. 11. According to Twitter Inc., the fee for the service is 980 yen (about $7) per month via the official website. Through Apple Inc.’s app market, it costs 1,380 yen (about $10) per month. The service includes a function that allows users to edit their tweets after posting them. The IT company also plans to add a feature to halve the amount of advertisements displayed in the future. Accounts of subscribers to…

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Former Twitter employees get severance offers after months of waiting Many are unhappy with it

After months of uncertainty and feeling left in the dark, many former Twitter employees impacted by a mass layoff in early November began receiving their severance offers over the weekend. But some are frustrated by the offer and the conditions attached to it. The severance offer promises one month’s pay in exchange for agreeing to various terms, including a non-disparagement agreement and waiving the right to take any legal action against the company, according to Lisa Bloom, a lawyer representing dozens of former Twitter employees affected by the layoffs. Many were dissatisfied by the…

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200 million Twitter users email addresses allegedly leaked online

A data leak described as containing email addresses for over 200 million Twitter users has been published on a popular hacker forum for about $2. BleepingComputer has confirmed the validity of many of the email addresses listed in the leak. Since July 22nd, 2022, threat actors and data breach collectors have been selling and circulating large data sets of scraped Twitter user profiles containing both private (phone numbers and email addresses) and public data on various online hacker forums and cybercrime marketplaces. These data sets were created in 2021 by…

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IOS 16 Exploit Lets You Change Your iPhone’s Font System-Wide

While Apple has increased the level of customization iPhone users have access to over the years, the ‌iPhone‌’s system-wide font has been one thing users have not been able to change. Thanks to a new tool created by a developer, however, users will now be able to change their ‌iPhone‌’s font if they’re running an older version of iOS 16. Thanks to a new tool created by a developer, however, users will now be able to change their ‌iPhone‌’s font if they’re running an older version of iOS 16. The developer, Zhuowei Zhang, made…

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Why WhatsApp said ‘sorry’ to IT Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar

WhatsApp shared a live stream link on the eve of new year. The link, however, had the wrong map of India. In a one-of-its-kind situation, Meta-owned WhatsApp had apologized to IT Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar after it tweeted wrong map of India. The instant messaging platform shared a live stream link on the eve of new year. The link, however, had the wrong map of India. Tagging WhatsApp in a Twitter post, the IT Minister asked it to fix the error immediately. “Dear @WhatsApp – Request that u pls fix the…

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