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Trends to Watch in 2019
It’s tough enough for brands to keep track of the big emerging tech and innovation trends but 2019...
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Twitter embraces it’s contrast to Instagram and celebrated its individuality in a self-aware OOH campaign. They turned real tweets into ads, showing users that it’s the place where you can just be yourself.
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Technology blogger and app researcher Jane Manchun Wong uncovered an unreleased augmented reality feature that essentially places the user in front of a green screen.
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In a controversial change, Instagram has begun a test on hiding like counts in countries such as Canada and Australia. More users will soon be given the option to publicly hide the like count on their posts, to encourage Instagrammers to appreciate posts based on merit and not simply how popular they are.
Number of social media users passes 3.5 billion
The new Global Digital Statshot report from Hootsuite and We Are Social is packed with all the latest data you need to understand how people are using the internet in July 2019. You’ll find the complete report in the SlideShare embed below, but read on for my summary of this quarter’s essential headlines.
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1.2 million people have signed up to storm the iconic Area 51, which has been the centre of alien conspiracy theories. In an instant, the internet unified and generated countless memes and Area 51 content.
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Instagram debuts two new features to curb the growing problem of bullying and harassment on the social network. The first feature, which started rolling out over the last few days, advises bullies to rethink about their message before the damage is done. The system uses artificial intelligence to recognise when text resembles the kind of posts that are most often reported as inappropriate by users. Then, it notifies the commenter about the potential violation, all before anything is posted.