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Google shutting down Poly 3D content platform

Google shutting down Poly 3D content platform Google is almost running out of AR/VR projects to kill off. The company announced today in an email to Poly users that they will be shutting 3D-object creation and library platform “forever” next year. The service will shut down on June 30, 2021 and users […]

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YouTube upgrades Premieres with trailers, themes and a live pre-show option

YouTube upgrades Premieres with trailers, themes and a live pre-show option YouTube today is launching three new features designed to improve its “Premieres” experience, including trailers, themes, and live stream “pre-shows” that later redirect to the main event. Premieres, which first arrived in 2018, are designed to give creators the ability to […]

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7 investors discuss augmented reality and VR startup opportunities in 2020

7 investors discuss augmented reality and VR startup opportunities in 2020 For all of the investors preaching that augmented reality technology will likely be the successor to the modern smartphone, today, most venture capitalists are still quite wary to back AR plays. The reasons are plentiful, but all tend to circle around […]

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Podcast is social: How China’s Lizhi makes audio interactive

Podcast is social: How China’s Lizhi makes audio interactive For Marco Lai, the founder of Chinese podcast network Lizhi, radio has always been social. Twenty years ago, the entrepreneur was a host at a radio station in southern China. He ran a late-night program where listeners could call in and chat about […]

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Facebook trails expanding portability tools ahead of FTC hearing

Facebook trails expanding portability tools ahead of FTC hearing Facebook is considering expanding the types of data its users are able to port directly to alternative platforms. In comments on portability sent to US regulators ahead of an FTC hearing on the topic next month, Facebook says it intends to expand the scope […]

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Digitizing Burning Man

Digitizing Burning Man {$inline_image} For decades, Burning Man has represented an escape from the current reality. An event for free-er spirits to rethink new age ideals inside a stateless entity where art, music and partying reign supreme on the desert plains. Over the years, the Bay Area-founded event has dealt with an internal […]

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A hacker used Twitter’s own ‘admin’ tool to spread cryptocurrency scam

A hacker used Twitter’s own ‘admin’ tool to spread cryptocurrency scam A hacker allegedly behind a spate of Twitter account hacks on Wednesday gained access to a Twitter “admin” tool on the company’s network that allowed them to hijack high-profile Twitter accounts to spread a cryptocurrency scam, according to a person with […]

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When it comes to social media moderation, reach matters

When it comes to social media moderation, reach matters John Funge Contributor Share on Twitter John Funge is the Chief Product Officer at DataTribe, a cybersecurity startup foundry. He’s founded, built and sold three technology companies. Social media in its current form is broken. In 20 years, we’ll look back at the […]

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Twitter, Reddit challenge US rules forcing visa applicants to disclose their social media handles

Twitter, Reddit challenge US rules forcing visa applicants to disclose their social media handles Twitter and Reddit have filed an amicus brief in support of a lawsuit challenging a U.S. government rule change compelling visa applicants to disclose their social media handles. The lawsuit, brought by the Knight First Amendment Institute at […]

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Security lapse at India’s Jio exposed coronavirus symptom checker results

Security lapse at India’s Jio exposed coronavirus symptom checker results Since the start of the outbreak, governments and companies have scrambled to develop apps and websites that can help users identify COVID-19 symptoms. India’s largest cell network Jio, a subsidiary of Reliance, launched its coronavirus self-test symptom checker in late March, just […]

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