According to a Business Insider report, a new app - dubbed `SnapHack' - compromises the core feature of the Snapchat app --- that of the deletion of messages the moment they have been viewed by the recipients.
As per the report, the SnapHack app allows the users to save as well as re-open - at any time they want - the Snapchat messages which they have received.
Last week, Internet search giant Google revealed in an announcement that it intends launching new product-endorsement ads - `shared endorsements' ads -which will incorporate the names, photos, and comments of its users.
In the wake of allegations that the controversy-plagued Chinese manufacturer Foxconn has been using student `interns' as forced labour to manufacture Sony's forthcoming PlayStation 4 (PS4) gaming consoles, reports from Hong Kong's Oriental Daily - translated by the GamesInAsia website - have revealed that Foxconn had admitted to the violation of its own labour policies.
The Guardian has revealed in a recent report that Microsoft-owned Internet telephony service Skype is under investigation in Luxembourg because of an alleged connection with the controversial PRISM surveillance program of the US National Security Agency (NSA).
The US Army has revealed that it is developing Iron Man-style "revolutionary" armour for its troops. The design of the smart armour - called the Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit (TALOS) - is being worked out by the US Army in collaboration with the researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
In a move which will make Best Buy the latest retailer to offer customers a trade-in program for a new iPhone, the company has reportedly told Mashable that it is coming up with a one-week $100 iPhone trade-in offer.