Twitter allows star users to make money from subscriptions

SAN FRANCISCO: Twitter launched a long-promised “Super Follows” feature that lets creators sell subscriptions for access to special content. The move came as Twitter strives to be a preferred online venue for clickable stars and to boost its own income

‘WhatsApp’ to become non-functional for many users by May 15

Famous messaging app ‘WhatsApp’ will become non-functional by 15th May for those users who have not updated the terms and conditions of the app. Following the update, after 15th May, many users who did not accept the terms and conditions

Pakistan users face disruption in internet services

ISLAMABAD: Pakistani users faced disruptions in internet services due to a fault in an international submarine cable system near Abu Talat in Egypt. Internet services faced disruptions across the country as one of its six international submarine cables developed a

Zoom to uplift time limit for free accounts from this month

NEW YORK: Famous video-conferencing application Zoom is set to uplift the limit for free accounts worldwide this month. Zoom has a 40-minute meeting limit on conference calls (with three or more members) made from free accounts. However, the video-conferencing application

Facebook allows users to block political ads

SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook is allowing users to turn off all political ads in a move aimed at quelling criticism of the social network’s approach to election misinformation. The feature being rolled out in the United States and some other countries