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Matthew Hughes / The Next Web:
Facebook releases its Bonfire group video chat app on the Danish iOS App Store; app allows sharing of pictures from chats to Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger   —  Bonfire, Facebook's group video chat app, has sprung up on the Danish iOS App Store, suggesting the social media giant is slowly rolling it out to customers.
Sep 13, 2017, 10:20 AMIn context
Matthew Hughes / The Next Web:
Facebook tests a built-in animated GIF creator in the camera section of its iOS app, which lets you add GIFs to your Facebook story or post them on your profile   —  No matter if you pronounce it Gif or Jif, I think we call all get behind the addition of a new GIF mode in the Facebook camera.
Jul 14, 2017, 11:15 AMIn context
Matthew Hughes / The Next Web:
Twitter now lets brands add up to 3 action buttons to Direct Messages; actions include following another Twitter account, visiting a web page, tweeting, more   —  Twitter just souped up Direct Messages, in the process making them more useful for brands when it comes to customer service and growing engagement.
Jun 13, 2017, 12:55 PMIn context
Matthew Hughes / The Next Web:
Atlassian's messaging platform HipChat was hacked over the weekend, potentially exposing names, email addresses, and hashed passwords   —  Over the weekend, an unknown intruder broke into HipChat, the Atlassian-owned team communication platform, and made off with a significant amount of data.
Apr 24, 2017, 7:00 PMIn context
Matthew Hughes / The Next Web:
Blackberry launches BBM Enterprise SDK to let developers integrate the secure communications features of BlackBerry Messenger into their own apps   —  Enterprises - particularly those in the healthcare and defense sectors - have the same need for real-time communications as any other company …
Feb 8, 2017, 9:55 AMIn context
Matthew Hughes / The Next Web:
Researchers find North Korea has only 28 TLDs on .kp domain after misconfigured nameservers allowed TL;DR project to obtain all the top-level DNS data   —  North Korea is the most repressive, secretive state in the world.  There's no free press, no independent media, and scarce few people have access to the Internet.
Sep 20, 2016, 11:15 PMIn context

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