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Interactive Content Rakes the Moolah: NextVR Sold to Apple?; Facebook Brings Home Giphy

The time spent on video and chat messaging platforms is rising. Lockdown has further fueled the growth in mobile-based digital interactions. Tech giants are in a ballistic race to acquire and test new-age capabilities in delivering interactive content for seamless experiences. Vlogging platforms like YouTube and Instagram have given us a fair share of celebrity moments already. But, with new AR VR technologies readily available to general masses, we should expect in the rapid spurt of neo-celebrity and influencer…

New Ways of Seeing: Playform Launches AI-Powered “Creative Soulmate” for Visual Artists and Designers

Artists have long used technology--from photography to Photoshop--to push their ideas into new territory. Playform offers the latest opportunity for artists and creators to explore the edge of technological possibility and express their humanity. It harnesses AI’s power and turns it into the perfect co-creating companion. Read More: Best Tools to Connect with Gen Z on Instagram Playform gives artists a variety of ways to experiment with generative AI. Using groundbreaking technology, Playform can take a simple…

Now, Experience AR Experience in Your Mastercard Transactions

Mastercard Launches Augmented Reality - AR Experience to Bring Card Benefits to Life; New AR Experience Application Informs and Empowers Cardholders to Maximize the Full Potential of Their Card Benefits Global technology company for payments, Mastercard has unveiled a new AR experience app that lets cardholders see, explore and access the benefits of their Mastercard. The industry-first card benefits app delivers a photorealistic AR experience that transports users to a 360-degree virtual environment, where a series of…

Back by Popular Demand: How are Teens Behaving in 2019?

Fuze, a marketing agency specializing in reaching teens and young adults, has released a new report on teens. At the start of a new year, it's valuable for marketers to consider what is most popular with teens. So, to kick the year off, Fuse asked 1,000 about their favorite things. 1. Technology: Teens and smartphones remain an unstoppable force When it comes to what tech teens love most, it's no surprise that nearly half of the teens we surveyed said they preferred their mobile phones above all other technology. …