Apple has said time and again that its Messages app (formerly iMessage) – which allows iOS users to send SMS and encrypted messages to their contacts – is more secure than other tools, to the point that the company couldn’t comply with wiretap orders from law enforcement even if it wanted to.
Earlier this month, Google announced its plans to phase out Chrome apps for every OS except Chrome OS, starting in the second half of 2017.
The new iOS 10 is right around the corner, with enormously anticipated advancements in everything from Messages to Maps, Photos to the ways we interact with Siri and beyond.
Samsung announced its first 360-degree camera back at Mobile World Congress, and now we know it’s arriving very soon:
The camera will go on sale on April 29 in specific regions around the world, including Korea. As for the US, Samsung says it will have more information on pricing and availability soon.