Snapchat Accounts For More Photo Shares Than Instagram As Pic Sharing Set To Double In 2013

Snapchat Accounts For More Photo Shares Than Instagram As Pic Sharing Set To Double In 2013

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Photo uploading and sharing is growing at an incredible pace, according to data shared by KPCB’s Mary Meeker in the Internet Trends report she presented on stage at D11 today. Well over 500 million photos are shared per day on average so far in 2013, the report estimates, which is...
Snapchat Accounts For More Photo Shares Than Instagram As Pic Sharing Set To Double In 2013
                             

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New The co-founder of the Oculus VR virtual reality goggles startup was struck and killed in a tragic police chase in Southern California on Thursday. Police identified the victim today as Andrew Scott Reisse, 33, a resident of Santa Ana, according to KABC-TV in Los Angeles. Coworkers described him as...
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New Think same-day delivery is the bee's knees? In China, an e-commerce company called Jingdong not only delivers your package a few hours after you place your order, but also gives you power to track it in real time on a map. You can even bug the delivery crew while...
Eat your heart out: Chinese e-commerce firm delivers packages within hours

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The potential creep factor of Google Glass is something that the search giant has to mitigate as best as it can if it wants that kooky head-worn display to become a mass-market sensation (and even that may not be enough) but a recent announcement highlights the search giant’s commitment to,...
Google Won't Approve Glass Apps That Recognize People's Faces... For Now

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