Showing posts with label Messenger. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Messenger. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Instagram's 'Tiktok' coming

Instagram's 'Tiktok' coming

The rising popularity of video-sharing app Tiktok has attracted the world's leading technology companies. Following the controversial Chinese app Tiktak, the popular photo-sharing app Instagram is bringing its own 'Tiktak'.

Announcing this on Friday, Tiktok revealed that it is preparing to launch its video-sharing feature. The name of the video-sharing service of Instagram will be 'Reels'.

Reels will be launched in the United States and 50 other countries in August. Remember, Instagram has started testing reels in India since last week. Given India's ban on tickets, Instagram sees the launch of Reels in India as a test.

A Facebook spokesperson said: "We are always looking for what people want and are constantly innovating to improve the user experience. Platforms like Snap, Ticket, and others were created keeping in mind the desires of the people. But we can do that in a new way through Instagram than on those platforms and address the demands of our community. '

In Instagram's video sharing feature reels, users will be able to record, edit 15-second videos, add their favorite music and audio, and upload them to Stories and Instagram's Explore feature.

Instagram and its parent company Facebook are ahead in learning the various features of other apps. In 2016, Facebook and Instagram launched the Stories feature, which allows users to share their lost content within 24 hours.

This feature became very popular on Instagram and within 8 months, the number of users of the Instagram Stories feature surpassed the number of Snapchat users. That number doubled in 2018.

Instagram is not alone in learning about Tiktak's growing popularity. Even YouTube is making its own tick, named Shirts. YouTube shirts will be made public by the end of 2020.


The screen sharing feature on Facebook Messenger, now you can see your friend's mobile screen

Millions of people use the social media site Facebook's messenger service every day. In April, the number of monthly active users of Facebook was 2.6 billion. Facebook is constantly bringing new updates for the users. And, recently, Facebook has added an important feature to its messenger app. The screen sharing feature has now been added to Facebook Messenger.

According to Facebook, the Messenger app will have screen sharing options for Android and iOS users. Until now, this feature was only available in the web version of Messenger, which has now been rolled out to the app version.

According to Facebook, this feature will also be available in Facebook's video conferencing service 'Messenger Rooms'. It is expected that Messenger Rooms will be able to compete with Microsoft Teams and Zoom.

Due to the Coronavirus epidemic, the increasing use of virtual meetings, including video conferencing, has become a necessity for screen sharing features on such digital platforms. From sharing an official presentation, screen sharing is also required for teachers during a video or virtual reading. With the help of the new feature, users will now be able to share their phone screen with anyone in Messenger. This feature will be available to all users with new updates.

This new feature in the Messenger app can be used for one-to-one video calls as well as group video calling of up to eight people. For this, the user has to login to the Messenger app and open the app and make a video call to someone. As soon as the call is added, an option called Share Your Screen will appear in the tab at the bottom of the screen. After tapping on it, the Messenger user connected to the video call will see the screen of your smartphone.

- With the help of the agency

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Six G internet speed, one thousand gigabits per second

Six G internet speed, one thousand gigabits per second

Even the Five G Internet has not yet become commercially global. South Korean company Samsung has already started work on the development of Six G Internet.

It is said that Samsung has a plan to complete the construction of 6G internet infrastructure and bring it into commercial use by 2028. By 2030, the Six G Internet will be widely used in the world.

Samsung launched the Advanced Communication Research Center in May 2019 to develop the SixG Internet. Research by the same research center has projected the future of the Six G Internet.

According to Samsung, by 2030, the world's six billion devices will be connected to the Six G Internet. By then, mobile phones will be available in a variety of formats and technologies, including augmented reality glasses, virtual reality headsets, and holograms.

SixG's ultra-high-speed internet will be essential for multimedia devices such as immersive XR, mobile holograms, and digital replicas. Six G connectivity's peak data speed is expected to be 1,000 gigabits per second. That's 50 times faster than the Five. Five G has a peak data speed of 20 gigabits per second.
To expand network coverage, the Terahertz frequency band will be used in the Six G network. The Six G is expected to use artificial intelligence in wireless communication technology.

At a time when the commercialization of the Five G Internet is still in its infancy in the world, it is not unreasonable to start preparations for the Six G. But according to Sunghiun, head of Samsung's Advanced Communications Research Center, it will take at least 10 years to develop and commercialize the SixG network, so it is important to start preparing for the SixG now.

Google is investing Rs 12 trillion in India

In India, the world's second-most populous country, the world's largest companies have begun to invest heavily. Last April, Facebook invested  5.7 billion in Indian Geo. Less than three months after Facebook announced its investment in India, Google has announced a 10 billion investment.

At a recent event, Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and its parent company Alphabet, announced that Google would invest резреж 10 billion in India over the next five to seven years.

During the Google for India 2020 program, he said that Google's investment will be in the form of equity, partnership, physical infrastructure, and environmental investment. According to him, Google's investment will focus on four important areas of India's digitization. These will include providing easy digital access and information in the languages ​​prevalent in India, production of goods and services based on Indian needs, supporting businesses for digital transformation, and facilitating the use of artificial intelligence and technology in social sectors such as health, education, and agriculture.

According to Google CEO, 26 million small and medium enterprises in India can now be found in Google search.

Facebook connecting Messenger and WhatsApp

Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp are the most popular social media apps used for chatting. Even though Facebook is a company, these two apps operate independently in different ways. But shortly, Facebook plans to connect Messenger and WhatsApp. This means Messenger and WhatsApp users will be able to chat with each other. That is, you will be able to chat from Messenger to WhatsApp and from WhatsApp to Messenger.

The fact that Facebook is about to integrate Messenger and WhatsApp has been revealed from a recently leaked code.

According to experts, web data related to contact and chat functions have been leaked in Facebook's service settings, which indicates that Facebook will be connected to WhatsApp soon.

Just a few months ago, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram would be linked.

WhatsApp, the world's most popular messaging app, is expected to grow in popularity and number of users after being linked to Messenger.

Lately, WhatsApp has been bringing various new features. Along with the Dark Mode feature, WhatsApp has also provided a group video calling feature in which up to 8 people can make group video calls simultaneously.

Apart from this, the shortcut of Messenger Rooms has also been included in the beta update of WhatsApp. From which it can be understood that Facebook has started connecting Messenger and WhatsApp. Agency