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WhatsApp Android update with new emojis coming soon in India

WhatsApp users on Android can finally rejoice with a whole new bunch of emojis, available via an update on Google Play.

WhatsApp users on Android can finally rejoice with a whole new bunch of emojis, available via an update on Google Play.

WhatsApp users on Android can finally rejoice with a whole new bunch of emojis, available via an update on Google Play.

WhatsApp users on Android can finally rejoice with a whole new bunch of emojis, available via an update on Google Play. The new update will now bring eight tabs of emojis to WhatsApp instead of five. These include a tab with sports emojis, one with flags, bulbs and beverages.

According to Android Police, the new emojis include an upside down face, popcorn box, robot faces, a nerd face, an urn, turkey and even a middle finger emoji...

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WhatsApp: Leaked Images Appear to Show Video-Calling Feature for Mobile Messaging Service

The WhatsApp video-calling feature has been spotted online, according to a report. Here are its features.

Leaked Images Appear to Show Video-Calling Feature for Mobile Messaging Service
The German Apple blog Macerkopf.de published screenshots on Monday appearing to show a video-calling feature it says is currently in development. WhatsApp has not announced any such feature.

WhatsApp video-calling feature spotted online: report

WhatsApp is testing video-calling feature as well, according to a series of new leaks that have surfaced online.

After voice calls, WhatsApp is reportedly rumoured to be working on video calls...

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WhatsApp: Security Flaw Discovered in Messaging App

A bug in the app’s web version allows hackers to distribute malware and could put up to 200 million users at risk, security company Check Point said. WhatsApp has issued a patch to fix the flaw.

A vulnerability found in WhatsApp Web allows attackers to trick users into executing malicious codes on their computers.

WhatsApp users could be vulnerable to remote attacks from online hackers, the security firm warned

WhatsApp users could be vulnerable to remote attacks from online hackers, the security firm warned

A newly found vulnerability in WhatsApp Web, the Web-based interface of the popular instant messaging client, allows attackers to trick users into executing arbitrary code on their computers, a security firm reports. The vulnerability affects more than 200 million people who use WhatsApp Web...

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