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TED Talks are soon coming to Clubhouse app

TED, the organisation behind those viral TED Talks, has partnered with Clubhouse to bring TED speakers to the live social audio app. The first show, 'Thank Your Ass Off', will launch today with A. J. Jacobs, an author and TED...

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Zoom buys AI company that worked on real-time translation

Proprietary video teleconferencing platform recently announced that it's acquiring a company known as Kites (short for Karlsruhe Information Technology Solutions), which has worked on creating real-time translation and transcription software. According to Mashable, Zoom said that the acquisition is a...

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Spotify’s ‘Only You’ gives users personalised experience

Audio streaming app Spotify has announced a new digital experience on Wednesday called 'Only You.' It will give users personalised playlists in a shareable form.According to The Verge, the new feature has been inspired by the company's feature 'Wrapped' that...

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Clubhouse now available on Play Store

The audio social media platform Clubhouse, which was launched as an iOS-exclusive audio-chat platform back in September 2020, is now available for Android users in India and other parts of the world. That being said, according to Mashable, those who...

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Facebook adds Spotify mini-player to its app

Social media platform Facebook recently added a Spotify mini-player within its app that will now let users stream content on it while browsing. According to Mashable, the feature is currently available for both iOS and Android users in 27 countries,...

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Signal sees surge in demand in the US and India

While a larger number of Indians reacted to WhatsApp's new privacy rule, the blocking of apps in the United States following the violent attack on the Capitol is days to be the main reason. Messaging platform Signal announced late Saturday...

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India’s parliamentary committee summons Facebook and Twitter

The committee has previously summoned Facebook over the issue of political bias on the platform.  India’s parliamentary Standing Committee on Information Technology has summoned Facebook and Twitter officials on January 21 over the misuse of social media.  The official agenda...