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Building on its full-body tracking technology, Snapchat has launched 10 new 3D body scan Lenses, that respond to your movements.
After testing for the last few months, Snapchat is rolling out its 'Sounds' feature to all users on iOS devices, globally.
After launching its Forecast app in June, Facebook NPE is now making the app available to all users in the United States and Canada.
Microsoft is announcing the ability to do a lot more with your voice on Outlook mobile, than just search for things like events, emails, and files.
Waze will now allow you to plan your drives on your desktop browser and then save the directions on your phone.
Facebook NPE has updated its Whale app with private meme groups, support for GIF memes, and new top meme templates.
Facebook is bringing the screen-sharing feature, which is already available on Messenger video calls and Messenger Rooms, to Messenger for Android and iOS.
Google Plus has officially been laid to rest after its mobile apps have both been rebranded as 'Google Currents' this week.
Google has made Meet available in Gmail on Android and iOS, letting you start or join Meet video calls directly from your inbox. Here's how.
Microsoft has announced the expansion of Microsoft Teams beyond work groups, opening the platform up for personal use.
Adobe has launched its AI-powered Photoshop Camera app, that lets you capture, edit, and share, photos with powerful tools and effects.
In support of recent protests, encrypted messaging app Signal has announced a new blur interface that lets you blur people's faces in your photos.