This new app Sarahah has become famous from the day it was launched. This app allows anonymous people to comment on your social media profile. Why is it so addictive? Here’s what you can do with this app.
1. To start with it, you need an e-mail id, with which you can register yourself to use it. Then you can share your profile through social media or through messaging apps and keep it open for others to visit. The visitors are allowed to leave a message if they want, and remain anonymous.
2. If you want, you can keep your sarahah profile private. Alternatively, anyone can comment, even if they are not sarahah users.
3. Even though being anonymous is the key, it also allows people to show their identity.
4. You can flag and save your most liked comment.
Facebook on Wednesday added a new feature called ‘Groups for Pages’ that will allow Page admins to create special groups within their Pages to provide a channel of discussion among people and authorities on subjects of common interest. “We are making ‘Groups for Pages’ available around the world today. If you are an artist, a business, a brand, or a newspaper, you can now create fan clubs and groups centered around your super-fans,” said Chris Cox, Chief Product Officer, Facebook.
Accusing Jio of using “sinister design” to create a monopoly, telecom operator Airtel has said that it lost 21 paisa every minute amounting to Rs 550 crore per quarter due to ‘tsunami of calls’ coming from Jio. Airtel further reportedly said Jio is seeking an end to interconnection usage charge to transfer its own costs of Rs 20,000 crore a year to other operators.
World’s first wirelessly charging laptop, Dell Latitude 7285, has reportedly gone on sale. According to reports, the laptop features a 12-inch screen, Intel Core i5-7Y54 processor, 128GB SSD, 8GB RAM, etc. Notably, Latitude 7285 starts at a price of $1,199.99 in the US and the Wireless Charging Keyboard and Wireless Charging Mat costs $549.99.
According to reports, American tech major Microsoft on Wednesday announced that it has ended support for Windows Phone 8.1 just over three years after its April 2014 debut, marking the end of the Windows Phone OS. This move would reportedly render nearly 80% of all Windows phones obsolete, as only 20% run on the company’s latest Windows 10 Mobile OS. Notably, Windows Phone was considered Microsoft’s response to Android and iOS.
Fast food chain KFC has reportedly announced that it will launch a smartphone at about ₹10,400 to mark its 30-year presence in China. The limited edition red Huawei phone will have KFC’s Colonel Sanders imprinted on its back. The smartphone comes with a fingerprint scanner, a 3GB RAM, and 32GB ROM and can support a 128GB Micro SD card.
Apple has been working hard to fix software bugs affecting its iPhone 8, according to a report from Fast Company. The report claims Apple has unable to solve the software issues, which means, the tenth anniversary iPhone could be launched without major features.
Apple has been working hard to fix software bugs affecting its iPhone 8, according to a report from Fast Company. The report claims Apple has unable to solve the software issues, which means, the tenth anniversary iPhone could be launched without major features. There’s a “sense of panic in the air” among Apple’s team of engineers and designers, the report said
Fast Company says one of the features that might be delayed is wireless charging. Apple is said to be planning to add the inductive wireless charging into the iPhone 8, but rumours repeatably said that it will be enabled through a separate charger sold at an additional cost. The report corroborates claims from blogger John Gruber who also believes that Apple may not ship with inductive wireless charger until the end of this year along side an iOS11.1 update.
Additionally, Apple is struggling with the 3D sensor expected to be embedded into the front-facing camera, which is said to enable facial recognition system that could eventually replace Touch ID. The issue is specific to software related, Fast Company claims.
While reports claims Apple might ditch Touch ID entirely from the iPhone 8, Fast Company explains that it’s “plausible” that the company is still trying to decide where the Touch ID will be located. Fast Company’s sources believes Apple could add Touch ID under the display. KeyBanc Capital Markets analyst Andy Hargreaves recently claimed that Apple is struggling with iPhone 8 fingerprint sensor.
Several reports in the past have claimed that Apple has been battling with a number of issues which might delay the top-end iPhone model beyond the estimated September timeframe. The iPhone 8 is said to be completely redesigned with an all-new design with an OLED screen that covers the entire face of the iPhone. It is expected to cost upwards of $1200 (or approx Rs. 77, 418). Apple iPhone 8 will be sold along side the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus later this fall.