Well done people! It is Friday, the last day of the working week and you made it through another one. Our roundup for this week consists of the potential Twitter sale, Google Allo, Snapchat and more. Check it all out below and have an awesome weekend!
Why Twitter Should Be Sold But Very Few Buyers Mentioned Fit The Bill.
Twitter is all over the news at the moment. The stock goes up and then it goes down, they have been linked with a host of different potential buyers and in this piece we look at some of the top names mentioned and why some of them just don’t make a whole lot of sense!
Google Allo And What You Should Know About Privacy Before Using It
Moving on to Google Allo, the app has also been in the news this week as privacy advocates have been speaking out against it. Edward Snowden was one of the individuals advocating against its use. Here is the low down on what you need to know about Google Allo.
Facebook At Work Launches Next Month
Next month marks the launch of Facebook At Work as they gear up to take on the likes of Yammer, Slack and other enterprise social networks. Get the latest news on what they plan to launch here.
Snapchat Rebrands To Snap, Spectacles Coming Soon
Some of the more unexpected news is that Snapchat has rebranded to Snap an is launching a pair of spectacles in the coming months. By the looks of them it could well be a hit.
Twitter Moments Rolls Out In Ireland
Twitter Moments has finally rolled out to Irish users on the back of being able to create your own moments. Hit the lightning blot on the desktop or in the app and away you go!
Periscope Adds VIP Program For High Profile Live Streamers
Periscope wants their top streamers to stick around on the platform and not head off to pastures new. They are introducing a range of perks for high profile accounts. Check them out in the post below.
Samsung Note 7 Owners Reporting That Their Replacement Devices Are Exploding
Samsungs problems just won’t go away and now there are reports that the replacement devices they are issuing to consumers are also exploding.
Twitter Allows Anyone To Create Their Own Moments
Now anyone can create their own Twitter Moments to share with other users on the platform.
Just When We Thought Facebook Was Done Trying To Copy Snapchat
Oh dear, Facebook are at it again with a new test, this time inside Messenger.