Instagram Stories, WhatsApp Down, Logitech craft keyboard, Google Assistant, Gboard, Nokia 130, WikiLeaks

Instagram bring Stories on the web -

Instagram added the ability to view Stories on desktop and mobile web so you can see the ephemeral posts on larger screens. Instead of the usual tap left or right to move between posts and stories, Instagram is adding arrows to help you navigate.

WhatsApp is down in some regions -

WhatsApp is facing connectivity issues in some regions, according to reports from people on social media. Several users in the United States, Europe, Brazil, and India wrote about facing issues while using the service.

Microsoft’s new mobile app lets you stream games from iOS and Android -

Microsoft is launching its Mixer Create app on iOS and Android today, allowing gamers to steam mobile games.

Logitech craft keyboard with 'Crown' dial -

Computer peripherals manufacturer Logitech introduced the Logitech Craft - which comes with the company's Flow multi-device switching feature - is essentially an advanced keyboard.

Google Assistant now in smart Sony's speaker -

Sony has partnered with Google to use Google Assistant on the LF-S50G smart speaker. Speaker can also gauge human gestures, enabling people to more conveniently control what they want on their speaker.

Gboard adds sticker and Bitmoji support -

Google added a new sticker functionality on Gboard for even more ways to communicate with your contacts without using words. User need to download sticker packs or sync your Bitmoji characters and add them to any app that supports image pasting. 

SanDisk’s first 400GB microSD card -

Today, SanDisk unveils a new 400GB MicroSD card that now claims the world's largest storage capacity in the form of memory card.

Nokia 130 now available in India market -

The Nokia 130 is now available to via offline retail stores in India. It's available in three color variations - Red, Gray, and Black.

Lenovo beats Samsung in Indian tablet market -

In the second quarter of 2017, Lenovo climb to the top position in the Indian tablet market by beating Samsung. Lenovo grap 21.8 percent market share.

WikiLeaks website hacked by OurMine -

WikiLeaks' website have been hacked by a hacker group called OurMine. Previously they targeted tech CEOs, companies, and news sites.