Competing brands differentiate. These rivals are not slow to borrow what works from each other.
At a time when it is fashionable in Silicon Valley to stay private as long as possible, Snap is planning an initial public offering valuing it at more than $20 billion.
The Venice, Calif.-based company could go public as soon as March and be valued at $20 billion to $25 billion.
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To help you find where the machines will be, Snap has introduced an online map that lets you see their location 24 hours in advance.
Alphabet's venture capital arm, CapitalG, has not made a formal announcement and it was not clear when Google made the investment.
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The section will allow placement for publishers and brands to focus on organic content.
These emerging options can help users make meaningful connections offline, express themselves through visual media or simply host real-time chats with groups of friends when you can't get together in person.
The platform is here to stay, and these businesses are killing it -- in a good way.
Many will compare Spectacles to Google Glass, but that's not the case.
It would also represent the largest IPO by a technology company since Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. went public in 2014.
Levi's, GE, UPS and IBM shared their most effective strategies at the Transition marketing conference.
Wait! What's this 'new' company Snap and what are those cool new video glasses it's selling?
Snapchat has developed a wearable camera, dubbed Spectacles, which arrives this fall for $130.
Snapchat is a social-messaging app co-founded by CEO Evan Spiegel. The app allows users to send messages that disappear once opened.
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