Parler, a social media app popular among conservative users, went offline on Sunday night after Amazon joined Apple and Google in suspending the app in Amazon's web hosting service due to its poor moderation of content. Parler CEO John Matze says the move by the tech giants may result in service interruptions for up to a week as the company rebuilds the site from the start.
Entain and Verizon Media are working on a sports betting platform that uses virtual reality technology. The product, which is still in the proof-of-concept stage, would also allow fans to socialize and look up data.
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Beauty app Brandefy is responding to consumer demand for less expensive beauty brands that are similar to their higher-priced counterparts. "Beauty dupes" is a popular search phrase among consumers younger than 35 and Brandefy has about 30,000 monthly users.
Marketers experimenting with Instagram's Reels format can boost their engagement by delivering authentic, original content and tapping into current cultural trends and topics, according to the social platform. Other best practices include "having a WOW factor" and a "fun surprise or twist" and adhering to community guidelines.
Snapchat has relaunched its Global Partner Solutions program, which is split into strategic and certified partners tiers. The program is designed to help advertisers connect with leading firms that provide creative execution, campaign optimization and other support services.
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Though this NFL season may look a little different, fans are more excited than ever to welcome back their favorite teams and athletes—and they want brands to participate too. A new study reveals how fans' behaviors have changed during lockdown. Learn more.
Customers of mobile and online banking app Simple were told Thursday that their accounts will be transfered to BBVA USA, the bank that owns the app. The move comes two months after the bank announced it will merge with PNC.
Leading brands overcame the void of in-person events during the holidays through custom apps and other mobile connections to deliver everything from augmented reality experiences to live concerts and video games. First Tube Media CEO Andrew Beranbom notes, "Every smart brand in the world now understands that being in front of people is really valuable. You can provide an amazing experience for 500 people, and then 5 million people get to watch it."
The areas of application development security, cloud security and risk management will create the most cybersecurity jobs in the next five years, Atlas VPN reports. Overall, the demand for new employees in the field still numbers in the millions.
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