Snapchat and Instagram Story users have been limited to taking videos while holding down the record button–until now. Instagram has added a hands-free recording mode which is sure to help it gain in popularity.
Earlier this year Apple required iOS developers to switch on App Transport Security by January 1st. The feature is meant to boost the security of apps, forcing them to connect to the internet via HTTPS. Apple has extended the deadline, but has not yet specified a new date.
If Google’s bots can’t find your site and index it, then you’re pretty much talking to yourself in an empty room.
Microsoft has a new chatbot and it’s aiming to create an experience beyond informational exchange–one that mimics talking to an actual person.
Acquisitions can tell us a lot about the climate of the startup world–and how the tech world will change in the coming years.
We live in a visual world and if your website isn’t in keeping with the times you won’t be able to retain the audience you’re looking for.
Video is the king of content in social media and Adobe Spark makes it easy for anyone to create viral-worthy videos.
Twitter is turning its six-second social app into a camera-only tool come January. Previous videos posted on Vine will be available for view on the desktop version of the app, but future videos will only be shareable via Twitter or saving it to your camera roll.
Content and social media marketing are ever evolving, and technology will continue to hold the driver’s seat in 2017.
The new Facebook Live feature is still rolling out to all users, but it will be interesting to see whether live podcasting takes on.
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