Snapchat says it uses machine learning to identify people who are most likely to swipe on any given ad, and is giving advertisers more options when buying through its ad platform.
Apple recently shared that New Years Day 2017 was the single biggest day for sales on the App Store. They’re reporting that iOS users spent nearly $240 million on apps.
Speaking of successful apps, Entrepreneur shares 3 ways you can come up with your own profitable idea.
Color trends are something to consider whether you’re designing for web, mobile, or social. Take a look at some different ways you can design with Pantone’s color of the year, Greenery.
Tech company Tanvas has developed a touchscreen that enables users to experience what is amazingly close to texture on the their device. They’re hoping to partner with bigger companies that would implement this feature.
The Consumer Electronics Show boasts the latest and greatest in tech gadgets each year in Las Vegas. Wired shares some of their favorite finds, including AirBar which projects an infrared light across your laptop screen, turning it into a touchscreen.
Instagram has updated its app to enable iPhone 7 users to take full advantage of the phone’s wide color capture feature.
Previously only available for ad buys, Facebook is now rolling out an auto-captioning feature for videos published by business pages. With video becoming increasingly important on social media, skipping the tedium of captioning them yourself could be a real benefit.
A new app called Pixie uses Pokemon-Go like features to hunt down your lost keys using integrated trackers.
Google is expanding its Siri-like assistant to Android TV, and eventually smartwatches, cars, and other gadgets to come.
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