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Snap launches Spectacles 3 with two cameras, wire frames at $380

Spectacles 3, the latest wearable device from the company behind the Snapchat social-messaging app, let users record with two cameras instead of one, and have a steel wire frame rather than the chunkier plastic of previous models.

New battle royale game like PUBG Mobile launched on Snap Games

Tiny Royale is a multiplayer shooting game and with this game, Zynga aims to bring the popular battle royale gaming format seen in games like PUBG Mobile, Fortnite and Call of Duty: Mobile to the Snap Games platform.


Snap restarts user growth with original shows, Android overhaul

Snap said the number of daily active Snapchat users rose to 190 million in the first quarter from 186 million in the prior period, but remained below the 191 million it had a year earlier.

Snap CEO Evan Spiegel deflects Facebook threat; says innovators win

Snap CEO Evan Spiegel said the company remains focused on the camera and stressed that Snap is a technology company, rather than a media or social-networking service.

Snapchat's Spectacles 2.0 are now water-resistant, price starts at $150

Snap Inc, which is the parent company for Snapchat, has introduced Spectacles 2.0 which are water-resistant.

Snap is said to cut about 100 employees from advertising side

Snap, which operates the Snapchat app, cut around 120 engineers earlier this month, saying it wanted to maintain a high technical bar, according to an internal memo distributed at the time.


SNAP 2017: Photo ID, ball point; know what all things are allowed in exam hall

SNAP 2017: Candidates won't be allowed to carry anything apart from their admit card, photo ID card and a simple ball point pen

Snap Inc buys data firm Placed for $135 million

Snap Inc -- which is the parent company of photo-sharing platform Snapchat -- has acquired the 'Placed' data firm for $135.2 million in an all-cash deal, according to documents filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The data firm would continue to operate independently.

Facebook, Twitter, Snap said to seek World Cup clips from Fox

Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc. and Snap Inc. are seeking online rights to video highlights from next year’s World Cup, soccer’s most popular tournament. Facebook and Twitter hosted very little video during the last World Cup, which aired on Walt Disney Co.’s ESPN in the US.

Snap acquires geofilter patent for $7.7 million

Mobli lets users share as well as browse through crowdsourced content posted by users around the world.