Tech Wrap: Samsung Galaxy M12 launched, Slack asks users to reset password
More tech news includes WhatsApp working on Mention badge and Nokia 5.4 being listed on Flipkart.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Slack asked some of its users to reset their password. On the other, Telegram became the most downloaded app in the world. Apart from that, Nokia 5.4 was listed on Flipkart.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
Samsung Galaxy M12 launched
Samsung has launched the Galaxy M12 in Vietnam. The company is yet to reveal the smartphone’s price in the country.
Telegram becomes the most download app in the world
Telegram became the most downloaded non-gaming app in January 2021. As per the latest Sensor Tower report, Telegram became the most downloaded non-gaming app worldwide for January 2021 with more than 63 million installs.
Nokia 5.4 listed on Flipkart
Flipkart has confirmed the launch of Nokia 5.4 with a “coming soon” teaser page for the smartphone. Nokia 5.4 made its debut in December last year.
WhatsApp working on a feature called Mention Badge
WhatsApp is working on a new feature called “mention badge” for group chats. BetaInfo explains this feature as “when you receive a mention in a group, a new badge will be added in the group cell.”
Slack asks users to reset password
Slack’s app accidentally logged credentials of some users in plain text. Owing to this, the company is sending notifications to the affected users asking them to reset their passwords.