Edit Messages On WhatsApp Even After Sending Them

Meta-owned WhatsApp is rolling out a much-needed feature that lets users edit messages within a 15-minute window. Company CEO Mark Zuckerberg made the announcement in a Facebook post that WhatsApp users can now edit messages for up to 15 minutes after sending them.

While WhatsApp is the world’s most popular messaging platform, many of its users were waiting for the edit message option as users send messages to people, in which there is a mistake or they write something which they did not want to say.

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Pentagon Blast: AI-Generated Image Goes Viral

A social media frenzy ensued on Monday as an AI-generated image depicting an explosion near a building in the Pentagon complex circulated online, intensifying concerns surrounding the spread of AI-generated misinformation. The image, portraying a tall plume of dark grey smoke, rapidly disseminated on Twitter, with verified accounts also sharing it. Its origin remains unknown. 

The US Department of Defense has officially confirmed the image to be a fabrication. Nevertheless, CNN reports that its virality briefly impacted the stock market.

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Jio In Talks With Tesla To Set Up ‘Private Network’ At India EV Plant?

Reliance Jio is reportedly engaged in discussions with Tesla as the electric vehicle company explores the possibility of establishing a manufacturing plant in India. As reported by the Financial Express, industry sources have said that Reliance Jio has offered to build a captive private network exclusively for Tesla’s factory, managing critical operations and enabling faster speeds. The proposed network would also support connected car solutions and automate production processes. While talks between the two companies are in the early stages, further developments are expected once Tesla finalises its plans for manufacturing in India.

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TikTok Hits Back At First US State Ban Through Legal Action

TikTok has taken legal action to prevent the state of Montana in the United States from implementing a ban on its social media platform, becoming the first state to do so. The Chinese-owned video-sharing app argues that the ban infringes upon free speech rights in the US. TikTok has faced increased scrutiny from authorities worldwide due to concerns over data privacy and the potential sharing of user information with the Chinese government.

According to TikTok’s lawsuit, the ban violates the First Amendment of the US Constitution, which guarantees freedom of speech. The company argues that the ban unconstitutionally restricts speech for all users on the app, effectively shutting down a platform for expression.

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