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Luka Sabbat Being Sued for Not Fulfilling His Sunglasses Deal The latest version of the Snapchat sunglasses, which come with a camera built in the frame for taking photos and videos, range between $150 and $200. Beca Alexander, founder and president of Socialyte, an influencer casting company, estimates that for [...]
These stylish sunglasses also capture HD video and photos If you think about it, it makes sense that out of all the tech giants out there, that the company behind Snapchat would be ahead of the curve when it comes to [...]
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Tencent made smart glasses that look like Snap Spectacles Tencent, China's biggest tech company, has made its own pair of video-recording sunglasses this week that bear a slight resemblance to Snap's Spectacles. The Weishi smart glasses have a camera on the front, like Spectacles, so you can record video. [...]
Snapchat's users keep slipping away Snapchat, which makes its money from ads, has been trying to get teens to spend more time on the site. In October, it released a list of 12 new shows making their debuts this fall. The company even sells video-capturing sunglasses called Spectacles. [...]
@Snapchat is now selling sunglasses with built in camera in the frame
And also :sunglasses: dont forget to add :heavy_check_mark: me :yum: on snapchat :hugging:
A duo album is often a decision that involves a minimum of thought — two artists with a history of good collaborations and possible the same codeine suppliers joining forces to fight the dearth of silly word play in this world of Kendrick Lamar... Today we look at the Album cover art of Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz first, and hopefully last, collaborative album ColleGrove. This theme of unity and collaboration translate well into the cover art. This is one of the few times in recorded history that he is pictured without his trademark sunglasses, but even more remarkably that he is covered with face tattoos. After further inspection, it seems that his face is covered with Lil Wayne's tattoos.
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I’ve gotten to the point where I just follow too many people and feel like no matter how much I scroll, I’ll never be “caught up”. I know I need to just clean up my following list, but when I unfollow 1 person, I follow 10 more the next day. Snapchat is my new go-to because I only follow a close circle of friends (and Chelsea Handler). I do think there needs to be some type of platform where people discovery is easier (not Snapchat’s forte) and that could be more of Instagram’s spotlight, though it’s getting easier to notice how Instagram gave in to moneymaker Facebook. I do like the analogy that different platforms are used to show the different sides to a person’s character. Snapchat is the sillier, more candid version and I think people had been craving that realness after Instagram’s inclination of showing the more aesthetic side.
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The Celebrity-Approved Spring Break Packing Guide Whether you’re going to Cancun, Punta Cana, or Miami Beach for your week of sun, fun, and binge-drinking, you’re going to need a wardrobe of swimwear, sandals, and sunglasses to get you through it (and show off on Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook ... [...]
Lewis Hamilton causes more controversy with airplane Snapchat vid day after casino row In a Snapchat video apparently taken in economy class he pans ... He was asked to remove his hat and sunglasses in line with their dress, security and betting code. The casino tweeted they were investigating the incident and a spokesman later confirmed ... [...]
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Lewis Hamilton investigated by police over Snapchat motorbike selfie in New Zealand Just days before beginning his title defence in Melbourne, Hamilton posted the videos on Snapchat, the social media service ... Local media suggested that Hamilton, who often wears sunglasses and baseball caps, had become engaged in the row after ... [...]
Lewis Hamilton facing a police probe over Snapchat The police investigation ended a miserable trip for Hamilton, who received criticism for another Snapchat video he posted while flying ... which included taking selfies. “Sunglasses and hats are also prohibited. Sky City staff are obliged to say ... [...]
Lewis Hamilton slams casino staff for poor treatment As Lewis was pictured leaving the gambling venue wearing a hat and sunglasses, it has been speculated he may ... to see this beautiful place,” he said in a video posted on his Snapchat account after touching down at Auckland Airport. [...]
Here are our picks for the biggest fails in digital media and technology for 2017. The year’s tech fiascoes range from social-media agita about Russia’s U.S. election meddling to Snapchat’s camera-enabled sunglasses that nobody wanted, and from the flameout of China’s LeEco to the backlash over disturbing YouTube videos.YouTube’s Brand-Safety Crises: Google’s video platform suffered advertiser boycotts after it was revealed that ads were being served against a variety of inappropriate...
Users of Snapchat are confused over the meanings behind the emojis [Getty]Snapchat has developed over the years from a simple app you can send short videos and pictures with, to a platform where you can message, track and – of course – distort your face with the filters. Among Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, Snapchat is one of the biggest social media platforms in the world. Which makes it even more shocking that there are still so many things we do not know about it. For...
By Katie Storey For MailonlinePublished: 08:31 EST, 11 January 2018 | Updated: 11:17 EST, 11 January 2018 They appear to have formed a firm friendship after starring together in new thriller Den Of Thieves. And embarking on a plane journey together, Gerard Butler and 50 Cent no doubt entertained fans, as they were seen battling it out in a comical spat over who is 'cooler'. Taking to Snapchat, the stars were seen trying to outdo one other as they tested out different...