WhatsApp’s Billion Users Can Now Text From Windows and OS X Apps – Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalWhatsApp, the massively popular smartphone messaging app owned by Facebook Inc., FB 1.06 % is now available in a familiar place: your computer’s desktop. On Tuesday, WhatsApp released apps for Apple Inc.’s OS X for Mac computers, and Microsoft …WhatsApp just released desktop apps for Mac and WindowsThe VergeMessaging service WhatsApp launches desktop […]

Facebook had to dumb down Moments for Europe and Canada — here’s why – Digital Trends

Digital TrendsFacebook has launched a new version of its Moments photo-sharing app in Europe and Canada. The different between this and other versions? This one doesn’t have facial recognition. “But isn’t facial recognition an integral part to how Moments works,” I …Facebook Moments launches in the EU & Canada without facial recognitionTechCrunchFacebook strips out facial […]

ESPN and Verizon Settle Lawsuit Over Cable Package – New York Times

New York TimesAndy Murray Cites Challenges in Split With His Coach, Amélie Mauresmo, but Her Gender Was Not… Ion Tiriac, Madrid Open’s Owner, Has Views on Women’s Pay, and Legs · Olympian Says Brazil Missed Chance in Rio · For Tim Duncan, a Spurs Pillar, No …ESPN, Verizon settle ‘skinny bundle’ lawsuitUSA TODAYVerizon, ESPN Reach […]

WhatsApp just released desktop apps for Mac and Windows – The Verge

The VergeAbout four months about making its messaging service available on the web, Facebook-owned WhatsApp is coming to the desktop. The company said today that its apps are now available for Windows 8 and above, and for Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) and …WhatsApp launches native desktop app for Windows and MacVentureBeatWhatsApp, Facebook’s mobile messaging […]

Dropbox goes off to college with new Education service – PCWorld

PCWorldDropbox launched a new service on Tuesday to help graduate students, college faculty and staff collaborate on files while they’re at school. Schools can now pay $50 per user, per year for Dropbox Education, a version of the cloud storage company’s …Dropbox Education Aims to Improve Collaboration on CampusPC MagazineIs education the vertical that will […]

Dropbox Education Aims to Improve Collaboration on Campus – PC Magazine

PC MagazineDropbox is headed back to school. The cloud storage service on Tuesday introduced Dropbox Education, designed to “help faculty and staff at colleges and universities stay productive.” Priced at $49 per user per year, with volume-based discounts …Is education the vertical that will save Dropbox?ComputerworldDropbox goes off to college with new Education servicePCWorldDropbox launches […]