As he marched to victory, Emmanuel Macron often benefited of good luck. But his campaign team also found the best tools to persuade voters. One of them was the YuzzitPro live video platform.
Twitter will shut down SnappyTV, its video-editing division, “most likely by the end of the year”, Digiday reported. It intends to replace it with a new video-editing tool inside its Twitter Media Studio suite of products for media companies.
Tumblr, the blogging platform owned by Yahoo, launched a group video chat app called Cabana.
Facebook introduced the second generation of its Surround 360 video camera.
Instagram Stories surpassed Snapchat in terms of daily active users. “Over 200 million people now use Instagram Stories every day,” the Facebook-owned brand said Thursday.
At least four big tech giants want to stream the NFL’s Thursday Night Football games next season, Recode reported.
Twitter rolled out a new update to ease the 140-character limit. Now, when you reply to someone or a group, those @usernames won’t count toward the cap.
Facebook is now offering PC game and desktop livestreaming, writes SocialBarrel.
Twitter has launched a Live video API (Application programming interface) on Tuesday. The aim is to make it easier for media publishers to post live video broadcasts.