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  • Adaptly Execs Share Their 2017 Predictions

    … obvious marketing implications is the evolution of the car. As cars become more autonomous, it frees up so much time that will go into using walled gardens instead. If you have an hour commute and you’re no longer doing the driving yourself, you’ll start spending that time on Facebook. There will be more ad loading, more consumption, more data creation…

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  • 5 Ways Snapchat Spectacles Will Affect Influencer Marketing in 2017

    … of a limited-time, “first-look” unboxing or demo video on a 24-hour Snapchat Story could drive more views and engagement. Brands will get even more mileage out of their influencers, big and small There’s little doubt that GoPro is currently the dominant player when it comes to first-person shoots of extreme sports. I expect that we’ll see Spectacles…

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  • Mark Zuckerberg Introduces Jarvis, His 2016 Personal Challenge

    … of connecting his home to Jarvis: Before I could build any AI, I first needed to write code to connect these systems, which all speak different languages and protocols. We use a Crestron system with our lights, thermostat and doors; a Sonos system with Spotify for music; a Samsung TV; a Nest cam for Max; and of course my work is connected to Facebook’s…

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  • Facebook Messenger Gets Native Camera, ‘Superpowers’

    … By David Cohen on Dec. 15, 2016 - 12:40 PM Facebook vice president of messaging products David Marcus announced the official launch of a native camera for Messenger with a plethora of extra effects. Marcus revealed the launch in a Facebook post, saying that “superpowers” that will begin launching Thursday include 3-D masks, style transfers…

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  • Facebook Pulls Facebook Live API Access From Prisma

    … Photo- and video-editing application Prisma announced earlier this month that iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 users could stream live on Facebook with the iOS app’s visual effects applied to their streams, but not anymore. Natasha Lomas of TechCrunch reported that Facebook revoked Prisma’s access to its application-programming interface, telling…

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  • Snap Inc.: One More Walled Garden, But Endless Opportunities for Brands

    … In a classic coming-of-age tale, everyone’s favorite disappearing photo company has matured beyond its application roots and outgrown the “chat” in its name. Snapchat now refers exclusively to the popular photo-sharing app that revolutionized the selfie, and it only represents one arm of the newly minted Snap Inc., a “camera company…

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  • Snap Inc. Spectacles Are On Sale, But …

    … “Expect the unexpected” is the slogan for CBS reality competition show Big Brother, but it can also be applied to the way Snapchat parent Snap Inc. has handled the introduction and release of its Spectacles. The company’s sunglasses with built-in video cameras were officially announced in late September in a story for The Wall Street Journal…

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  • Google Creative Lab Launches Sprayscape Camera App on Android

    … Google Creative Lab announced the release of Sprayscape, a virtual-reality-inspired camera application, on Android. The Sprayscape app uses a device’s gyroscope to allow users to “take pictures on the inside of a 360-degree sphere.” Specifically, users can point their phones at people and objects and tap the screen to “spray” them onto…

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  • 5 Tips to Grow from Livestreamer to Broadcaster

    … successful livestreams take full advantage of this. Live engagement with your audience is key to growing your channel. Talk to your viewers when they talk to you. Ask them questions and answer theirs. Poll the chat on what you should do. Get audience feedback on whether they’re being engaged or not, and even give them a choice on what game to play…

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  • Facebook Live Coming to Desktops, Laptops

    … Facebook confirmed that it has begun rolling out Facebook Live via desktop and laptop computers. Danny Goodwin of Search Engine Journal shared this video (embedded below) from Facebook user Delilah Taylor, in which a Live Video option appeared in her status update composer while accessing the social network via desktop. 1st FB Live from…

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  • Apple Announces iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus

    …-of-field effect will use both cameras on the device to take portraits, and technology including machine learning will separate the background from the foreground in those portraits to create better images. Finally, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus include stereo speakers and will provide sound that is “two times louder than iPhone 6s.” While these devices…

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  • Facebook Open-Sources Surround 360 3-D 360-Degree Camera System

    … Facebook introduced its Surround 360 3-D 360-degree camera system at its F8 global developers conference in April, and this week, the social network open-sourced its specifications. When Surround 360 debuted at F8, Facebook said it had no plans to brand or sell the system, adding that it would post the specifications to GitHub. That day has…

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