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Facebook Unveils Messenger Rooms Shortcut on WhatsApp Web: Here's How to Use It

Users first have to update the latest WhatsApp Web version in order to create a room shortcut. However, the feature is not available on the mobile app yet.

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Want Zoom, Google Meet, Skype and Other Apps in One Place? NextCall Maybe Your Answer

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused a major uptick in video conferencing services, with most sectors working from home. However, after Zoom shot into popularity, and other platforms such as Google Meet and Microsoft Skype firing salvos subsequently, things may have gotten a bit confusing for you as a user. It is this homologous usage experience that a new plugin, NextCall, is aiming to offer by integrating with your Google Chrome browser as an extension.

By installing NextCall, you can sign in with your Google or Outlook account – whichever you use for work. NextCall will gain access to your workplace calendar, and read your schedule to see when you have video conferences scheduled. Once this is scrolled, NextCall simply offers you a one-click interface to access any video call that you have scheduled – no extra fuss about which platform would you need to access for your next meeting, and rummaging through your emails to find the invitation link to the meeting.

NextCall presently has support for Zoom, Google Meet and Microsoft’s Skype and Teams, which pretty much covers the most-used video conferencing platforms around the world by global teams. The app’s home page is fairly simplistic, and shows an earnest plugin’s interface that does not appear to have too many complications. A quick look through the site also reveals a crisp privacy policy, although it does not take you through the detailed clauses of privacy redressal steps for specific issues. The plugin has been built by Karthik Kalyan and Charles Scheuer, who are also colleagues that are working on Stilt Inc, a California-based financial startup. Kalyan and Scheuer also state that more video conferencing services and calendar/organiser platforms will be integrated with NextCall in future.

Upon initial impressions, NextCall has great potential to simplify all video conferences that you may have scheduled through the week. Video conferencing has come up as one of the most intensive and important fields in the technology space today, and NextCall’s idea of putting all calls at one place, which you can join from your browser with one click from an extension prompt, can be super useful in streamlining your overall work emails to a large extent.


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Electron Skype Replaces React Skype on Windows 10; We Are As Confused As You Are

Microsoft has introduced a new update for its popular video calling app Skype. With the new update, the company is making an attempt to provide a consistent experience for users on Windows 10 and other desktops systems. Basically the React Native version of Skype is being replaced by an Electron version along with some new features. React Native is primarily used to create mobile applications for iOS and Android while Electron focuses more on the development of desktop GUI applications by combining the Chromium rendering engine and the Node.js runtime.

“Starting in June 2020, Skype for Windows 10 and Skype for Desktop are becoming one so we can provide a consistent experience. This lets us give the newest updates and improvements regardless of where you get Skype,” said Microsoft in a post.

Notably, this does not mean that Microsoft is going to release a single app from now. Users will still be able to download the Skype client from the Microsoft Store app as well as the desktop app from Skype.com. Skype for Windows 10 is going to be updated from version 14 to 15. The secondary version update number will now be similar so you can expect version 15.61 and 8.61 in the settings.

The new features coming with the latest update include:

-Updated close options so you can quit Skype or stop it from starting automatically

-Improved Tray icon, informing you about new messages and presence status

-Share files directly from your File Explorer

-Background Replacement

-Moderated Chats

-Meet Now Improvements

-Improved Call Controls

Certain features from version 14 have been dropped including integration with Share Charm and synchronization with Outlook contacts.


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International Yoga Day 2020: Best Video Calling Apps

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Keep the spirits of this year’s International Yoga Day up using these video conferencing apps to maintain social distancing.

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  • Last Updated: June 20, 2020, 10:38 AM IST

As we all know, the International Yoga Day is observed on June 21. However, this year due to the ongoing threat of novel coronavirus, everyone has been advised to stay home. During such distressing times, it is best that one takes part in the celebration at home, instead of attending a large gathering.

On International Yoga Day 2020, you can connect with your friends and fitness groups virtually and keep the spirits high. We are to help you find the video conferring applications that you can use to connect and enjoy International Yoga Day. All the applications listed below are available on iOS and Android.

WhatsApp

The Facebook-owned messaging app is perhaps one of the most widely used apps across the globe. The video calling feature on the app lets a user add up to eight people in a call. There is no time limit for the call and the usage of the app is entirely free.

Zoom

You should totally consider doing a Zoom call if you are aiming at a huge gathering to celebrate the International Yoga Day. You can add up to 100 people for free and up to 500 people if you opt for the paid version. The video calling app previously used to have a 40-minute cap for its free version but the same has been removed now.

Skype

This is an ideal choice if you are aiming at a medium-sized gathering. Microsoft’s offering, Skype is not only free and easy to use but can also accommodate up to 50 people in a single call. The user interface in comparison to the rest is minimalistic and is easy to use.

Google Duo

This is perhaps the best option if you are planning to celebrate Yoga Day with a close niche of friends. The video call app allows you to add up to 12 people in a single call. Apart from that one of the biggest features of this app is that you could be in any part of the world and all that you would need to log in to this app would be your Gmail ID.


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Google Meet Video Meeting Service Will be Integrated in Gmail For iOS And Android; Zoom Better Watch Out

Google Meet is officially going to be integrated with Gmail on Android and iOS. The search giant has been pretty aggressive when it comes to the video conferencing app more than ever before. Interestingly, with the demand for video-calling apps at an all-time high, Google probably wants to count this golden opportunity and take on its rivals including Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Skype, to name a few. To recall, the Meet tab in Gmail has already been rolled out to non-G-Suite users using the mail service on the web.

So, what does this mean? Well, with the new integration, users will be able to join or start video meetings directly from Gmail and there’s no need for them to install the Meet app on their phones. Besides, if reports are to be believed then the Meet tab will include a list of upcoming meetings and will include a code allowing users to start or join a meeting in a jiffy. In addition, once a user taps on a link to join a Google Meet call through Gmail, they will get a new preview screen which will have information about the call before joining. Through this preview screen, users can also choose between audio or video. Furthermore, users who make a video call through the Meet app will remain there and not be directed to Gmail. With this, Google has ensured that it is not taking down the Meet app either.

Considering Gmail has over 1.5 billion active users and since the email platform is available by default on Android device, this could potentially be a game-changer for Google, especially, when the Coronavirus-induced lockdown and spike in cases worldwide has restricted people’s movement to meet their near and dear ones, while schools, colleges and universities are also shut, forcing many students to resort to e-classes from the comfort of their homes. Moreover, as per Google’s own data, more people were found to be using Meet than ever before with the new users’ count going up to 3 million each day in the month of April. Meet has also witnessed a 30 percent increase in usage since January and over 100 million people were participating in Meet meetings every day.


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Xiaomi Mi Notebook 14 & Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition Go on Sale Today: Price, Offers & More

Xiaomi’s Mi Notebook 14 laptop line-up finally goes up for sale today, and you will have two different product lines and as many as four variants to choose from. The Mi Notebook 14 and the Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition series will go on sale on Mi.com and Amazon.in and there are some launch offers already lined up as well. You will get the option of No-Cost EMI when purchasing these laptops. If you are paying with an HDFC Bank card, you are also eligible for up to Rs 2,000 cashback, which further pushes down the effective price of the Mi Notebook 14 and the Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition series laptops. This further reduces the effective price of the Mi Notebook 14 and the Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition laptops, depending on which variant you pick.

The thing about the Mi Notebook 14 line-up is that Xiaomi is attempting to add some excitement into the laptop space, which has gained a lot of relevance in the past few months. The Coronavirus pandemic ensured that most of us are working from home, and the laptop has become as essential a tool as anything to get work done. Xiaomi’s first tryst with the laptop market in India includes the Mi Notebook 14 and the Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition, with prices starting Rs 41,999. Most definitely, the likes of HP, Asus, Acer, Lenovo and Dell will sit up and take notice, particularly because these go into competition with their laptop lines that also are priced roughly upwards of Rs 40,000 all the way through to the Rs 60,000 mark.

Mi Notebook 14: Rs 41,999 and Rs 44,999

The Mi Notebook 14 variants are available in silver colour, and there are two of these variants to choose from. What remains consistent across both variants is the 14-inch Full HD display, the Intel Core i5-10210U processor and 8GB RAM. The entry spec variant priced at Rs 41,999 offers 256GB SSD. If you want more storage, there is the option of 512GB SSD and that variant will cost you Rs 44,999. Xiaomi says that the thinning of the bezels has allowed them to offer a 14-inch display in the form factor of a 13-inch laptop—any footprint reduction is welcome, for when you do need to travel or carry this around. The Mi Notebook 14 weighs 1.5kg. The graphics are the Nvidia MX250 (2GB RAM), which should allow some gaming headroom while at it. There is so much attention to detail that the air intake vents are designed wider than most other laptops, and the cooling fan inside is also larger in diameter. Xiaomi says the Mi Notebook 14 laptops offer up to 10 hours of battery life—which means if you use this carefully, you can pretty much leave the charger at home when it is okay to go to office again. Windows 10 comes as standard, needless to say.

Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition: Rs 54,999 and Rs 59,999

Then there is the Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition series, and this is also available in two variants. The first differentiator of the Horizon Edition with the standard Mi Notebook 14 is the colour—the Horizon Edition gets dressed in Gray colour. The screen size and the resolution remain the same, but a lot of the other specs change there as well—this one is called the Horizon display which means you are ever closer to an edge-to-edge display experience with laptops in this price range, than ever before.

One these variants is powered by the Intel Core i7-10510U processor, with 8GB RAM and a much faster 512GB PCI Express Gen 3 NVMe SSD that clocks as much as 3,000MB/s of sequential read speeds and up to 1,800MB/s of sequential write speeds. That means apps will just respond much faster on this variant. You also get the Nvidia MX350 graphics which should allow some bit of gaming as well. This variant is priced at Rs 59,999.

If you are okay with a 512GB SATA3 SSD, then you can have the variant powered by the Intel Core i5-10210U processor and 8GB RAM—and this will cost you Rs 54,999. You also get the Nvidia MX350 graphics which should allow some bit of gaming as well and the rest of the specs remains the same.

Interesting to note that the Mi Notebook 14 and the Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition do not have built-in webcams, and instead, Xiaomi will ship USB webcams with these laptops. This is quite fun and relevant at a time when video calls and video meetings on the likes of Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Skype and more, are quite popular.


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Laptop Buying Guide: Which Xiaomi Mi Notebook 14 is Right For You?

Xiaomi’s Mi Notebook 14 laptop line-up goes on sale this week, and you will have two different product lines and as many as four variants to choose from. The thing about the Mi Notebook 14 line-up is that Xiaomi is attempting to add some excitement into the laptop space, which has gained a lot of relevance in the past few months. The Coronavirus pandemic ensured that most of us are working from home, and the laptop has become as essential a tool as anything to get work done. Xiaomi’s first tryst with the laptop market in India includes the Mi Notebook 14 and the Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition, with prices starting Rs 41,999. Most definitely, the likes of HP, Asus, Acer, Lenovo and Dell will sit up and take notice, particularly because these go into competition with their laptop lines that also are priced roughly upwards of Rs 40,000 all the way through to the Rs 60,000 mark.

The Mi Notebook 14 and the Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition series will go on sale on Mi.com and Amazon.in and there are some launch offers already lined up as well. You will get the option of No-Cost EMI when purchasing these laptops. If you are paying with an HDFC Bank card, you are also eligible for up to Rs 2,000 cashback, which further pushes down the effective price of the Mi Notebook 14 and the Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition series laptops.

The Mi Notebook 14 variants are available in silver colour, and there are two of these variants to choose from. What remains consistent across both variants is the 14-inch Full HD display, the Intel Core i5-10210U processor and 8GB RAM. The entry spec variant priced at Rs 41,999 offers 256GB SSD. If you want more storage, there is the option of 512GB SSD and that variant will cost you Rs 44,999. Xiaomi says that the thinning of the bezels has allowed them to offer a 14-inch display in the form factor of a 13-inch laptop—any footprint reduction is welcome, for when you do need to travel or carry this around. This weighs 1.5kg. The graphics are the Nvidia MX250 (2GB RAM), which should allow gaming headroom while at it. There is so much attention to detail that the air intake vents are designed wider than most other laptops, and the cooling fan inside is also larger in diameter. Xiaomi says the Mi Notebook 14 laptops offer up to 10 hours of battery life—which means if you use this carefully, you can pretty much leave the charger at home when it is okay to go to office again. Windows 10 comes as standard, needless to say.

Then there is the Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition series, and this is also available in two variants. The first differentiator of the Horizon Edition with the standard Mi Notebook 14 is the colour—the Horizon Edition gets dressed in Gray colour. The screen size and the resolution remain the same, but a lot of the other specs change there as well—this one is called the Horizon display which means you are ever closer to an edge-to-edge display experience with laptops in this price range, than ever before.

One these variants is powered by the Intel Core i7-10510U processor, with 8GB RAM and a much faster 512GB PCI Express Gen 3 NVMe SSD that clocks as much as 3,000MB/s of sequential read speeds and up to 1,800MB/s of sequential write speeds. That means apps will just respond much faster on this variant. You also get the Nvidia MX350 graphics which should allow some bit of gaming as well. This variant is priced at Rs 59,999.

If you are okay with a 512GB SATA3 SSD, then you can have the variant powered by the Intel Core i5-10210U processor and 8GB RAM—and this will cost you Rs 54,999. You also get the Nvidia MX350 graphics which should allow some bit of gaming as well and the rest of the specs remains the same.

Interesting to note that the Mi Notebook 14 and the Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition do not have built-in webcams, and instead, Xiaomi will ship USB webcams with these laptops. This is quite fun and relevant at a time when video calls and video meetings on the likes of Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Skype and more, are quite popular.


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Zoom Admits Shutting Pro-Democracy Activists' Accounts in Obedience to China

Zoom Video Communications Inc said on Thursday it suspended user accounts and ended meetings linked to the anniversary of China’s Tiananmen Square crackdown on its platform after the Chinese government demanded it do so. Zoom, which has seen its global popularity as a video conferencing tool soar during the COVID-19 pandemic, said it did not provide any user information or meeting content to the Chinese government, adding it would not allow further requests from China to impact users outside the country in the future.

The company’s statement here comes after it temporarily shut three accounts belonging to activists, one of whom is based in Hong Kong and two in the United States. U.S.-based Humanitarian China founder Zhou Fengsuo said his account was suspended after holding a Zoom event to commemorate the 31st anniversary of China’s bloody crackdown on pro-democracy protests at Tiananmen Square. The event was joined by viewers based in mainland China.

Zoom said the Chinese government had notified it about four large planned commemoration meetings that were being publicised on social media. The authorities demanded they terminate the events and linked accounts, it added. Zoom decided to end three of those meetings and temporarily suspend the host accounts as it is currently unable to remove specific participants from a meeting or block participants from a certain country from joining a meeting, the company said.

California-based Zoom, said it left the last meeting “undisturbed” as it did not have any participants from mainland China. It has now reinstated the accounts. The company said it was developing technology to enable it to remove or block at the participant level based on geography and would publish an updated global policy on June 30..

“This will enable us to comply with requests from local authorities when they determine activity on our platform is illegal within their borders,” it said. “However, we will also be able to protect these conversations for participants outside of those borders where the activity is allowed.”

Reuters was not immediately able to contact China’s internet watchdog, the Cyberspace Administration of China. The anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown is a highly sensitive matter in China and content related to it is regularly blocked or censored by authorities.

China’s cyberspace is tightly controlled, with Western social media and chat platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp blocked. Microsoft’s Skype was removed from China’s Apple and Android stores in 2017 though a Skype for Business option remains available. Zoom, which said in its SEC filings it has many research and development personnel in China, is not blocked and has become a popular tool for Chinese users told to stay home during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Wang Dan, a U.S.-based dissident and exiled Tiananmen Square student leader whose account was also shut down, said he was shocked to hear Zoom admit it had interrupted their meetings. His June 3 event with about 200 participants was deactivated midstream, he said. “Zoom compiled with China’s request, preventing us from going about our lives smoothly. It cannot get away with just a statement. We shall continue to use legal means and public opinion to ask Zoom to take responsibility for its mistake,” he said.



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Microsoft is Not Giving up on Skype Even Though Teams Has Been Successful

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Microsoft recently revealed that Skype usage was up 70 per cent (month-over-month), while Skype to Skype calling minutes was up 220 per cent in the Covid-19 times.

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  • Last Updated: May 26, 2020, 10:17 AM IST

Despite its video conferencing app Teams breaking all records in the social distancing times, Microsoft said it would continue to invest in Skype that has crossed 40 million daily active users. Purchased in 2011 for $8.5 billion, Skype communication tool has failed to keep up with other messaging rivals to date, while Teams has seen a meteoric rise as millions of people work from home.

“We’re continuing to invest in Skype. It’s growing through all this. You’ll see some new features. You’ll see Skype and Teams interoperate,” Jeff Teper, CVP for Microsoft 365, told VentureBeat. Microsoft Teams registered a new daily record of 2.7 billion meeting minutes in a single day on March 31 – 200 per cent increase from 900 million on March 16.

The number of weekly Teams mobile users grew more than 300 per cent from early February to March. “As Teams lands with consumers and does more things, I think people will pick Teams. But we’re not going to be heavy-handed about this. People love Skype. And so, we’re not going to get ahead of ourselves here,” Teper was quoted as saying.

Microsoft recently revealed that Skype usage was up 70 per cent (month-over-month), while Skype to Skype calling minutes was up 220 per cent in the Covid-19 times. The tech giant said it plans to continue adding new features to Skype. “Facebook, for example, has multiple tools with Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp. Those all continue to grow. They did work to interoperate with them. They’re not forcing a migration from one of their consumer tools to another,” said Teper.

“Teams has a very different flavour to it than Skype. It does overlap in the same need, just like Messenger and WhatsApp do from Facebook. And so, we’ll have them interoperate, but we’re going to continue to show love to the Skype customer base,” he was quoted as saying. At its ‘Build 2020′ virtual conference last week, Microsoft introduced several new capabilities in its video meet app Teams which has become a hub for teamwork combining meetings, calls, chat, and collaboration into a single tool.




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You Will Have to Update to Zoom 5.0 by May 30 Because Video Calls Move to The New Encryption

You Will Have to Update to Zoom 5.0 by May 30 Because Video Calls Move to The New Encryption

Once the new AES 256-bit GCM encryption is active, you will see a green shield icon in your video call window to confirm that the conversation is being encrypted with the new standard.

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  • Last Updated: May 25, 2020, 9:26 AM IST

Zoom, the incredibly popular video meeting app, is asking all users to update to the new Zoom 5.0 version before the end of the month. In an email communication with existing users, Zoom says they must update to the Zoom 5.0 version to take advantage of the new AES 256-bit GCM encryption. This comes at a time when Zoom is seeing usage skyrocket, but concerns remain about the privacy and security issues regarding video calls and user data. Zoom has more than 300 million daily users around the world.

The GCM (Galois/Counter Mode) encryption method will be enabled for all Zoom calls from May 30 onwards, and anyone using a Zoom app version older than Zoom 5 will be unable to join. Zoom had released this update late last month. “Beginning May 30th, 2020, Zoom will be enabling GCM encryption across the entire Zoom platform, providing increased protection for meeting data,” says the email sent to Zoom users.

Till now, Zoom has been using the 128-bit AES keys and with ECB (Electronic Code Book) encryption, which is less secure. Once the new AES 256-bit GCM encryption is active, you will see a green shield icon in your video call window to confirm that the conversation is being encrypted with the new standard. “A new encryption shield appears in the upper left of your Zoom Meeting window and indicates a secure, encrypted meeting. After May 30, the shield will be green for all users, denoting enhanced GCM encryption. Clicking the icon also takes you to the Statistics page for additional encryption details,” says the company. All parties in a Zoom call need to be on the Zoom 5 version of the app for the encryption to work.

Zoom has since also received new features, including the ability to report a user who may be misusing Zoom, updated Leave Now or End Meeting options and select data center regions when scheduling a meeting. Zoom is available for PCs, web browsers, Android devices, Apple iPhone, Apple iPad and Google ChromeOS. At a time when millions around the world are working from home to stay safe from the Coronavirus pandemic, video calling apps are more relevant than ever before. Zoom is competing with the likes of WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Skype, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, Google Hangouts, Houseparty and more.




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