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Whatsapp users with fingers moving faster than their brain will be happy to know the company's rolling out a new feature that lets you retract that last message, and wipe it from the conversation. Right now the feature is rolling out to certain users.


AIM, a pioneer in the world of online messaging, is shutting down after 20 years. The service will officially shutter on December 15, with no plans for an official replacement from Oath, the Verizon-owned company that includes both America Online and Yahoo.


The Australian government is at its dithering best (worst?) when it comes a number of things to do with the digital economy. While the NBN is struggling to deliver really fast services, they did a pretty good job with the national cybersecurity strategy. Which is why their flailing attempts at articulating their views on messaging services that use encryption is so infuriating.