Snapchat is a mobile photo messaging app that allows users to send pictures that "self-destruct" a few moments after being viewed, and is especially popular with those who think it perfect for sending pictures of a delicate and private nature.
John McAfee (and, alternatively, his name) has long been a fixture in the security market.
Following the high profile breaches of mobile phone security that have hit the headlines in recent years, a British company has launched a new range of mobile phone apps that provide the last word in encryption security for incoming and outgoing voice and data calls.
The popularity of the Whatsapp IM service is undisputed - hundreds of millions of users around the world are proof of that.
Back in September, the company behind the BitTorrent P2P protocol and the BitTorrent and μTorrent file-sharing software announced that they have started working on BitTorrent Chat, a serverless messaging system that will allow users to talk to their friends using P2P.
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