You may notice something a bit different about the Discover panel on Snapchat— the Yahoo and Warner Music Group channels have been replaced by BuzzFeed and iHeartRadio, perhaps in an effort to cater to Snapchat’s younger users.
— Adweek (@Adweek) July 28, 2015
Planning a trip to the African desert or the South American mountains? No worries, you might still be able to keep up with your Facebook notifications. The company is introducing a drone to deliver internet to remote areas from the sky.
— The Next Web (@TheNextWeb) July 31, 2015
While Facebook is expanding its global boundaries, Google is scaling back the reach of social network flop Google+. Doubtful that anyone will be shedding too many tears over this news.
Google minus: underperforming social network Google+ scaled back http://t.co/AvkfgUVcfP
— Guardian Tech (@guardiantech) July 28, 2015
Want to take credit for someone else’s joke? Here’s a hint: Don’t do it on Twitter! The social platform is clamping down on copyrighted jokes by removing any tweets which have been blatantly copied.
— The Drum (@TheDrum) July 28, 2015
And finally, PC users could be treated to a totally new Twitter experience. The new Windows 10 software will feature a Twitter desktop app customised specifically for the platform. At last, something that iOS users don’t have yet!
Windows 10 gets its own shiny new Twitter app http://t.co/Xe8Q7r9xjU
— TechCrunch (@TechCrunch) July 30, 2015