Online bullying isn’t something to be taken lightly, and more often than not, can have real world, offline circumstances. For parents, dealing with an bullied child can be a daunting exercise.
Snap Inc. is making its much-loved camera even better. Today, a new 3D Camera Mode debuts in Snapchat—allowing you to create Snaps that change in perspective and appearance based on how you move your phone when you view them. Yes, parallax and beyond.
What’s Malaysian to you? What’s a typical Malaysian trait? What’s considered “Malaysian”? Is it food? The overabundance of public holidays? How about traffic jams? If anything, Malaysians are an expressive lot—whether it’s raving about the latest boba tea or relentlessly ranting about daily bad traffic jam.
Snapchat Inc. launched Lens Studio 2.1 today, introducing new features, a bunch of new lens templates, new Landmarker locations as well as an extended tool set for creators. I interviewed Mike Evans, Senior Manager Platform Products, Snap Inc to find out more about the new Lens Studio update, and more.
Snap Inc. today introduced Lens Studio 2.1, a new update Snap’s free desktop app that makes it possible for anyone to build AR content for Snapchat. The update brings new features such as six new templates, fourteen new Landmarker locations and additional tools that support an even wider range of creators – from new 2D illustrators to sophisticated developers.
In a peculiar move, Facebook plans to rebrand Instagram and WhatsApp to “Instagram from Facebook” and “WhatsApp from Facebook,” The Information reports.
Snap Inc. on Wednesday released a global study of 10,000 people across Australia, France, Germany, India, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, the UK, and the US to explore how culture, age, and technology shape preferences and attitudes around friendship. The Friendship Report*, commissioned in partnership with Protein Agency, found that surprisingly (or perhaps not), Malaysians are among the friendliest people in the world, at least on social media.
Facebook Malaysia on Tuesday celebrated the opening of its new expanded office space in Kuala Lumpur and announced new investments in local programmes and partnerships to support business growth and community building.
You may sometimes wonder when you’re scrolling through your Facebook News Feed, “why am I seeing this post?” Well, you’re in luck because this very question has become Facebook’s latest feature. Aptly named “Why am I seeing this post?” it helps you understand and more easily control what you see from friends, Pages and Groups in your News Feed. For the first time ever, the company has also released information on how ranking works to influence what you see.