|Snap Inc.’s ‘Spectacles’ have a hidden augmented reality feature
If you’re lucky enough to have snagged a pair, you’ve already got access to a hidden filter, as detailed by Twitter user Moshe Isaacian.
|The Future of Content: How About.com is Embracing the Fragmentation of Media
When Neil Vogel arrived at About.com as CEO over 3 years ago now, he knew had his work cut out for him. He began by…
|PSA: Instagram notifies your friend when you screenshot their DMs
Instagram’s latest Snapchat plagiarism update lets you send self-destructing messages to your friends — an excellent feature for sexy time.…
|Reddit’s CEO edited comments that criticized him
Reddit CEO Steve Huffman today admitted that he had edited Reddit user comments that criticized and insulted him, wielding his power to anonymously change references to his own username, and replace them with moderators of the pro-Donald Trump subreddit, r/the_donald.
|Facebook, fake news and the meaning of truth
What is the most important source of news and therefore the most powerful media organisation in the world today?
|Ad customizers just got a whole lot more powerful
Columnist Frederick Vallaeys discusses the new capabilities of ad customizers in AdWords, explaining how you can use them to serve…
|3 coupon affiliate myths it’s time to stop blindly believing
Columnist James Collins shares data from Rakuten Marketing to help debunk a few of the more pervasive misconceptions about coupon…