TikTok has filed a lawsuit challenging the Trump administration's incoming ban. The company will argue that Trump's order was drafted without regard for due process and that no evidence has been presented to justify TikTok's status as a national security risk.
WhatsApp's newest feature will leverage a simple tool to torpedo hoaxes before they can spread — the power of a Google search. With just the tap of a button, the company says users in seven countries will be able to fact-check forwarded messages with ease.
T-Mobile today announced Scam Shield and enhanced caller ID in a bid to tackle the scourge of scam calls and robo-callers. The company also introduced free burner phone numbers, allowing customers to keep their main phone number safe.
Spotify is now available in Albania, Russia, and 11 other European markets. The company has brought a localized streaming experience to these countries, focusing especially on the Russian market in coordination with local tastemakers.
Signal has rolled out an update to its iOS and Android apps, adding a blur option for faces. It's a handy tool if you plan on photographing any protests while protecting the identity of the protesters.
Instagram has launched a new set of tools, putting more power in the hands of users who want to secure their accounts. The company says that these are part of its anti-bullying efforts, and will allow users to mass-delete hate comments, restrict tags, and pin positive comments.