Gryphn, the Android app for secure text messaging, just added features similar to Snapchat. You can now send pictures that disappear after 15 seconds and cannot be downloaded or captured via screenshot. This only works when the recipient has the Gryphn app.
Elon Musk's tweets will soon all be lawyer-approved: According to a new court filing, the millionaire CEO has reached an agreement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to have a Tesla lawyer vet all of his Twitter musings on the subjects of Tesla’s finances.
Google and Apple have dropped the Chinese social video app TikTok from their app stores in the country of India, following a ban enacted by an Indian state court.The app, which lets users share quick videos soundtracked to music, has 500 million users, and 40% live in India.
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