At an event in New York today, Microsoft announced Microsoft teams, its Slack competitor, following months of rumors and speculation. Introducing #MicrosoftTeams, the chat-based workspace in Office 365. pic.twitter.com/1bU4UefFlr — Microsoft (@Microsoft) November 2, 2016 CEO Satya Nadella described it as a “chat-based workspace,” meant to unite teams for both casual conversation and productive collaboration. …
You can finally, at long last, zoom in on Instagram photos (and videos). Today we’re bringing ZOOM to Instagram on iOS! Pinch to zoom on photos & videos in feed, on profiles and on Explore pic.twitter.com/j1g4JQozK2 — Instagram (@instagram) August 31, 2016 Revolutionary. Another conference. “Great.” This one’s different, trust us. Our new event for …
Twitter is introducing a new type of ad today called Instant Unlock Cards. They sound great for brands, but pretty sucky for users. Here’s the gist of it: A brands tweets out a teasing image – say, for a movie trailer. Want to read or see more? Sorry, you have to tweet out #something first. Then the …
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