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Whatsapp Video call enabled with new Android Update

New beta versions of WhatsApp’s Android app now include a major feature: Video calls. It’s as easy as you might imagine: pull up a contact in the app, tap the call button and choose ‘Video call’. If the other person has a version of WhatsApp that supports the feature, it’ll launch a FaceTime-like call; if not, you’ll be notified that your contact needs to update their app. video calling had become available on WhatsApp’s recent beta builds for some users. try installing version 2.16.318 (451462) on a couple of different…

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Major tech gaints team up to clear the air about AI

In 2014, Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk said in an interview that he believed that AI posed the biggest threat to human existence. That didn’t stop him from co-chairing a billion-dollar AI research nonprofit, but it did make people think about whether artificial intelligence could get out of hand. Now, five tech giants including Google and its DeepMind subsidiary, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon and IBM have come together to form Partnership on AI, a coalition dedicated to highlighting the best practices and ethical research in the field of artificial intelligence….

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Facebook live Broadcasting hours will be increased by 4Hrs

People and Page administrators on Facebook will now be able to broadcast up to four hours of video with Facebook Live — in both fullscreen and video-only mode. For now, the Live video broadcasts were limited to two hours when Facebook Live was launched last year. These options are intended to benefit both the creator and the viewer and are set to be released more broadly in the coming weeks, reports Engadget. Users will be able to go live in fullscreen, meaning that if you’re doing so on an iOS device, it…

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After Google Balloon, It’s Facebook’s Time to fly Solar drone

MARK ZUCKERBERG wrote on his facebook note release about Solar drone ‘Aquila’. On June 28th, we completed the first successful flight of Aquila — our solar-powered plane that will beam internet to remote parts of the world and eventually break the record for longest unmanned aircraft flight. The flight took place before dawn in Yuma, Arizona. Our original mission was to fly Aquila for 30 minutes, but things went so well that we decided to keep the plane up for 96 minutes. We gathered lots of data about our models and…

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