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Tag: Messenger

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Baahubali stickers reach 13.4mn download mark in a week

New Delhi: After recording over 10 million interactions on the platform in a span of five months, Facebook on Friday said the animated Baahubali movie stickers in its Messenger app have reached 13.4 million download mark in just seven days. The stickers, which were available in store for download from May 23, have characters including Baahubali, […]

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Facebook Messenger games now available to all users

San Francisco: After the successful closed group test of its Instant Games, Facebook has made available its Messenger game-playing features to all its 1.2 billion monthly users. Instant Games was first launched in closed beta version in November 2016 with arcade titles like Pac-Man and Galaga. According to a report in Verge on Tuesday, the […]

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Facebook apps to stop working on many devices

New York: Facebook app and Messenger will soon stop working on many smartphones which run the older version of these apps. According to a report in Independent on Wednesday, Facebook will end support for devices running some older versions of the apps, including v55 of the Facebook app and v10 of Messenger on Android. Further, […]

Dead NASA probe reveals Mercury's magnetic field secrets

Mercury's magnetic field is almost four billion years old, data from NASA's Messenger probe has revealed. It orbited Mercury for four years before crashing into the planet last week

NASA's Mercury mission comes to a crashing end

Running out of fuel, NASA's Messenger spacecraft crashed into Mercury's surface on Thursday at 3.26.02 p.m. EDT (Eastern Daylight Time), thereby putting a historic end to its four years of orbital operations

'NASA MESSENGER' spacecraft to crash into Mercury soon

Washington: US space agency NASA said that its 11-year-old MESSENGER spacecraft will crash into the surface of Mercury, most likely on April 30, after it runs out of fuel. The “spacecraft will impact the planet at more than 8,750 miles per hour on the side of the planet facing away from Earth,” NASA said in […]

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