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This open source messaging startup raised $50 million to take on Slack and Microsoft Teams and rope in customers who care a lot about privacy
The messaging app raised $50 million just 4 months after its first funding. And investors aren't scared that it's competing with Slack and Microsoft.
A college student used Snapchat’s gender-swap filter to catch a police officer allegedly trying to lure a teen into a sexual relationship
A male college student posed as a 16-year-old girl on Tinder using Snapchat's gender-swap filter and exchanged sexual messages with a 40-year-old man.
Tesla employees are complaining that the company is trying to block Blind, an anonymous app for talking about your company — here’s how it...
Blind is a popular app among workers at Silicon Valley giants like Uber, Facebook, and Google, that allows employees to anonymously post and network.
The original BlackBerry Messenger — or BBM, for short — was released in 2005, two years before the first iPhone.
Have you ever wondered who Slacks the most? An easily accessible Slack feature shows you how many messages everyone at your company has sent.
Facebook is taking aim at email and direct mail marketing with new tools and features it’s bringing to Messenger
Forty million businesses now send 20 billion messages per week on Messenger.
Slack, the hot workplace chat app, launches new ways to integrate with email ahead of its much-anticipated IPO
Slack announced new updates at its Frontiers conference, including new integrations with office email and calendar systems.
Google’s new messaging app now has a feature that can tell what you’re texting about and automatically suggest helpful information —...
When Android Messages users are texting about restaurants, movies, or weather, Assistant will now offer links to more information.
Google will soon be shutting down its smart messaging app, known as Google Allo.
Months after Facebook was caught deleting messages sent by CEO Mark Zuckerberg via Messenger, the platform will now let all users "unsend" messages.