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My product launch wishlist for Instagram, Twitter, Uber and more

‘Twas the night before Xmas, and all through the house, not a feature was stirring from the designer’s mouse . . . Not Twitter!...

WhatsApp could wreck Snapchat again by copying ephemeral messaging

WhatsApp already ruined Snapchat’s growth once. WhatsApp Status, its clone of Snapchat Stories, now has 450 million daily active users compared to Snapchat’s 188...

Is Snap TV Snapchat’s Most Impressive Move Yet

In order to increase its popularity and reinvent itself, Snapchat is now coming up with Snap TV. But, what is Snap TV and does...

Limiting social media use reduced loneliness and depression in new experiment

The idea that social media can be harmful to our mental and emotional well-being is not a new one, but little has been done...

Evan Spiegel – The Co-founder and CEO of Snap Inc.

Layers and filters enhance the beauty of an image. The idea of using filters for expressions and communication became a huge hit. This came...

Consumers trust influencers more than they trust you (VB Live)

Influencer marketing is kind of like word-of-mouth recommendations on the world stage — and it’s paying off. For every dollar you shell out on...

Snapchat will help you find your polling place on Election Day

It’s no secret that many of Snapchat’s core users are young adults. That’s also the group of voters who say they’re least likely to vote...

Snap partners with 17 U.K. Brands to launch 20+ shows!!!

  Snapchat parent company  Snap is doubling down on localized content in the United Kingdom. On Tuesday company announced that it has partnered with 17...

Big tech must not reframe digital ethics in its image

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s visage loomed large over the European parliament this week, both literally and figuratively, as global privacy regulators gathered in Brussels to...

Should cash-strapped Snapchat sell out? To Netflix?

Snapchat needs a sugar daddy. Its cash reserves dwindling from giant quarterly losses. Poor morale from a battered share price and cost-cutting measures sap...