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Los Angeles-based social media group blamed iPhone-maker’s new rules as it posted bleak fourth-quarter outlook
Regulator gears up to oversee UK-based video streaming platforms with warning over content and user age
We’re marking the end of the lowflation era. Maybe.
AR glasses in their current form are unlikely to take off
Growth, growth baby.
NHS patient data-sharing, Zomato IPO, Intel eyes deals
WaveOptics supplies optical systems for Snap’s new AR glasses
Social media platform beats Apple and Facebook in unveiling next generation ‘Spectacles’
In-game photography encourages players to flex their creative muscles and offers an alternative to guns
Chief Evan Spiegel says people are using the app to co-ordinate social plans
Owner of Snapchat has explored how to track users with data from third party companies
Deliveroo down again, Q1’s deal boom, tech as jewellery
The company’s valuation is a bet on the future of social media as a place for visual advertising and ecommerce
A Monday morning chart to tide you over.
Camera app says Washington insurrection contributed to slower-than-expected start to 2021
Snap is not alone in fashioning versions of rival platforms’ ideas
Snap attracted the highest-ever number of advertisers to its platform in the third quarter
Snapchat parent attracted record number of advertisers as rival grappled with content concerns
CEO plays down interest in a bid saying any attempt to absorb Chinese app without its team of engineers will be difficult
Continued growth in user base and revenues is cause for optimism
Social media group says school and cinema closures may crimp pace of recovery
Emulating Chinese model will allow groups to build versions of their apps into Snapchat
Amazon sued over Covid-19 exposure, pandemic phone and protest apps