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WhatsApp launches public beta program for its desktop app

WhatsApp is launching today a first public beta for its Windows and macOS desktop applications. The majority of applications and other web services are going through beta phases today. This is an almost obligatory step to allow new developments to be fine-tuned, to confront them with a greater number of users and to collect the

Duolingo adds a family offer and five new diapers to its catalog

Duolingo is full of new features with, among other things, a family package, new languages, new exercises and a new application to come for mathematics. During its annual Duocon conference, Duolingo announced several updates for its language learning app. Among the new features is the introduction of a family plan that offers access to Duolingo

Spotify launches its own paid subscription podcast service

Spotify is the most popular music streaming service around today. And the giant intends to do everything to keep its place. Including by relying heavily on podcasts. Podcasts are a separate category in the world of audio streaming. An increasingly popular category. Many users listen to it on a daily basis. And streaming platforms are

YouTube Music tests preload of upcoming albums in its library

YouTube Music continues to refine its music streaming service. This requires fixes and additions of new features. Some users have had the opportunity to pre-add future albums to their libraries. Before the advent of digital music, music fans had to go to the store to pre-order a particular album to come from their favorite singer

Pinterest adds notes, dates and recommendations to its boards

After optimizing and facilitating shopping on its platform and adding a touch of topicality to its interface, Pinterest continues to develop its social network. This time, by offering new features to his paintings. From now on, you will be able to add notes, dates and even discover thematic recommendations. Pinterest wants to help you make

China begins testing his digital currency

After Sweden, it’s China’s turn to experiment with its own digital currency. Information confirmed on Monday April 20 in the Wall Street Journal by the Digital Currency Research Institute of the People’s Bank of China after multiple articles in Chinese government media this weekend. A general deployment for the 2022 Olympic Games? The global race

N26 raised $ 100 million

In the midst of a health crisis, the German neobank, N26, is continuing its journey with a fundraising of 100 million dollars, its objective is to cope with the economic slowdown induced by the Covid-19. As she left the UK a few months ago, this sustained growth could allow her to access the Brazilian market

Global Internet traffic up 70% due to containment

A third of the world’s population has been confined for several weeks. Part of us continues to work from home, while other workers are forced to stop. The consequences of this new way of life are immediate: Internet traffic has increased considerably. Initial Omdia estimates suggest that the number of connections has increased by 70%

Qwant becomes the default search engine for the Huawei P40

The French search engine signs an unprecedented collaboration with Huawei. After a year of close collaboration between the technical teams of Qwant and Huawei, it is now official: from April 21, 2020, Qwant will be the default search engine for Huawei P40 smartphones. The company is taking advantage of the tensions between Google and the