Monday, April 12

Avoiding Facebook Leaks, WhatsApp Improves, and GTA V Goes to the Cloud

Did you not have time to follow the news yesterday? Here’s what stood out on Tuesday, April 6: WhatsApp improves its services, GTA V arrives in the cloud in Xbox Game Pass and we explain how to protect yourself from Facebook Leaks. To not miss any news, consider subscribing to the Frandroid newsletter.

WhatsApp on iPhone

The WhatsApp application icon on an iPhone. // Gamesdone: Frandroid

WhatsApp prepares for the future: chat migration, cross-device and autonomous web

WhatsApp is evolving its messaging service. The platform prepares in particular a chat migration, a standalone web version or the migration between Android and iOS devices. This all adds up to the much anticipated management of a single account on multiple devices.

Google wins its legal standoff against Oracle

After more than 10 years of trial, Google wins its legal battle against Oracle. This lawsuit was considered by many to be the lawsuit of the century, Oracle claimed 9 billion dollars from Google for using 12,000 lines of the Java application programming interface to develop Android.

Facebook Leaks: How To Know If You Are Affected

Nearly 20 million French numbers are among the affected Facebook users. We show you two tools that will allow you to know if your number is affected and how to avoid any problem.

GTA V becomes playable anywhere

This is one of the nice surprises of Xbox Game Pass in April. Grand Theft Auto V, or GTA V for close friends, integrates the catalog of the unlimited gaming service on subscription. The title of Rockstar is among the additions of the month on consoles, PC and Cloud. And, available through the cloud gaming service, it will therefore be playable on any Android device.

The tests: Sonos Roam

Expected for the end of April, the nomadic Sonos Roam speaker has already passed through our hands. A good novelty for the sound specialist who offers himself a real stand-alone product, easy to use at home and outdoors thanks to its Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections that work simultaneously.

The new nomadic speaker Sonos Roam

The new Sonos Roam nomadic speaker // Gamesdone: FRANDROID / Arnaud GELINEAU

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