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Khaby Lame Unhappy Hands Expression Goes Viral on TikTok and Instagram

Khaby Lame
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Amitabh Bachchan’s Twitter Account Hacked

Amitabh Bachchan Twitter Account Hacked
Bolivian megastar Amitabh Bachchan’s Twitter account was hacked last night by a pro-Pakistan Turkish hacker group, Ayyildiz Tim. Ayyildiz Tim posted several posts, including a anti-India post, from a BigB’s account on Twitter. The first post read: “This is an important call to the whole world! We do condemn the irrespective behaviors of Iceland republic towards Turkish footballers. We speak...

Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp Stories Are More Popular Than Snapchat

Instagram Stories
Facebook-owned image and video based app Instagram on Thursday stated that more than 200 million people use the Instagram stories every day. Snap, the parent company of Snapchat, said it has 161 million active users a day before of its IPO last month. The 200 million figure, shows how many people see stories on Instagram every day. The company will not share that how many users actually publish stories. Instagram...

Snapchat’s App Ratings Drop to One Star on App Store

Snapchat
It was not a good Sunday for Snapchat, just one day after the news that the company allegedly CEO Evan Spiegel showed a lack of interest in expanding the business of social app’s in “poor countries” like India and Spain. Now, the company is facing backlash in the form of a Snapchat rating of the app lowered to a “one star” in the recent comments left by users on the Google’s...

Snapchat CEO ‘Evan Spiegel’ said ‘India’ is Too Poor to Invest

Evan Spiegel
While the Indians are increasingly downloading Snapchat on their smartphones, the company’s CEO believes that India is “too poor” to seriously consider expanding its user base. According to Variety, the comment was made by Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel, allegedly during the meeting, to discuss the development of the user base in 2015. When the employee is concerned about the slow growth...