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WhatsApp announced Tuesday that video calling will launch for Android, iPhone and Windows Phone “in the coming days.” The Facebook-owned messaging application said in a blog post that the feature had been requested by many users “over the years,” adding: We’re introducing this feature because we know that sometimes voice and text just aren’t enough.
… If Facebook can copy Snapchat and Instagram can copy Snapchat, why shouldn’t WhatsApp copy Snapchat? Manish Singh of Mashable reported that the Facebook-owned messaging application is testing a feature called Status that mirrors Snapchat Stories. According to Singh, the Status feature is included in the newest public beta versions…
… initiatives to further expand our audience, increase user engagement and drive revenue in this important market. Lunden pointed out that Twitter still maintains offices in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, and that only the engineering team in the latter was affected. And Manish Singh of Mashable reported that the layoffs mainly affected the team from offline messaging startup ZipDial, which Twitter acquired in January 2015. …
… A big name in the tech scene in India has joined Facebook to lead global strategies and partnerships for its Messenger application. Anand Chandrasekaran, most recently chief product officer at Snapdeal, announced his move to Facebook in a post on the social network, as reported by Manish Singh of Mashable. Chandrasekaran wrote: They say…