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Nasdaq sinks after Snap warning fuels further drop in tech sector
The horror . . . the horror
Airbnb’s China retreat, Digital nomad-eira, Logitech’s MX Mechanical
Social media company’s shares plunge after it says conditions have ‘deteriorated further and faster than anticipated’
In the last quarter, R&D expenses were $455.5mn — 43% of revenue
The app now has 100mn more users than Twitter and its user base is growing faster than Facebook’s
Twitter overstates its user figures, Apple’s new antitrust challenge and a pocket Polaroid camera
Google, Apple and Amazon benefit from demand for digital services and cloud computing
Thursday’s S&P 500 advance masked widespread declines in equities.
Changes cost rivals billions in advertising revenue and helps its own ad business to thrive
Forcing apps to ask for permission to track users for advertising purposes leads to big hit for social media platforms
Los Angeles-based social media group blamed iPhone-maker’s new rules as it posted bleak fourth-quarter outlook
Regulator gears up to oversee UK-based video streaming platforms with warning over content and user age
We’re marking the end of the lowflation era. Maybe.
AR glasses in their current form are unlikely to take off
Growth, growth baby.
NHS patient data-sharing, Zomato IPO, Intel eyes deals
WaveOptics supplies optical systems for Snap’s new AR glasses
Social media platform beats Apple and Facebook in unveiling next generation ‘Spectacles’
In-game photography encourages players to flex their creative muscles and offers an alternative to guns
Chief Evan Spiegel says people are using the app to co-ordinate social plans
Owner of Snapchat has explored how to track users with data from third party companies
Deliveroo down again, Q1’s deal boom, tech as jewellery
The company’s valuation is a bet on the future of social media as a place for visual advertising and ecommerce