But it's not yet available here in Blighty
WhatsApp with that?
Borkage was the worst in social network's 15-year history
Dinkle pic senders, rejoice!
An WhatsApp-Messenger hybrid has already been stopped once
The brands will stay (for now), but they'll play nicely
India's five message limit rolls out globally
The Aussies get a kick in the privates
Says he lives with it every day (he's still loaded though)
Online Forums Bill criticised as 'ignorant and authoritarian'
Did someone order a back door?
Check Point boffins warn that conversations could be manipulated
Surveillance tool was developed by Israeli hacking company NSO Group
Firm hopes bad customer service will help it to make money
Move comes in response to a serious of rumour-fuelled violent incidents in India
Zuck's also bringing Tinder-rivalling dating service to the social network
Chief disagrees with Facebook's desires to weaken WhatsApp's encryption
But it remains to be seen how change will be enforced
Some day his prints will come
And Mark Zuckerberg still hasn't come out of hiding
Probe concludes that doing so would be illegal
Firm vows to 'fight' BlackBerry's effort to 'tax the innovation of others'
Seven-minute window will be expanded to, er, 68 minutes and 16 seconds
Biz-focused app will help SMBs connect with customers
'Skygofree' enables attackers to exfiltrate WhatsApp messages
Facebook-owned messaging outfit shrugs off the issue
After WhatsApp updated its terms of service last year
I'm sorry, the old Taylor can't come to the Telegram right now
And it only took eight years
But you've only got seven minutes to realise you sent that dinkle pic to 'mum'
Firm promises encryption and the ability to opt-out
Probably because your boss is fed up with you texting about Pikachu
We can't tell one jaundiced face from another
Signs the Great Firewall is becoming more sophisticated
Firm will look to large firms to monetise service
An idiot speaks…
Users are no longer able to send photos and videos via Facebook-owned service
Threat is distributed via compromised wireless networks, not the Play Store
Firm also throws Nokia S40 and Windows Phone users a lifeline
Tories claim that social media companies have been 'laughing in our faces'
But that ain't gonna get it out of the EC's €110m fine
Now there's no escaping the memes
But FBI contractor claims it's already cracked it, sort of
Good news for those prone to sending dinkle pics to the wrong person
And users didn't take news of the borkage well
Sir Tim speaks, but who's listening?
Poor programming and ridiculous reporting blamed