Mobile Minutes: Twitter’s Super Bowl play; Fashion industry and Snapchat; AI transforms search; IPhone 7
Super Bowl tests Twitter’s dominance in ads paired with live TV
Wix.com, which makes tools for creating websites, has spent millions of dollars for its Super Bowl advertising campaign in which the characters from DreamWorks Animation’s “Kung Fu Panda 3” discover that a good website can help them sell noodles.
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Fashion industry scrambles to find a use for Snapchat
Here’s a question: What do looks from the catwalks at New York Men’s Fashion Week, a video of Gigi Hadid singing a duet with Taylor Swift and the latest cover of the annual Hollywood issue of Vanity Fair have in common?
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AI is transforming Google search. The rest of the Web is next
Yesterday, the 46-year-old Google veteran who oversees its search engine, Amit Singhal, announced his retirement.
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IPhone 7 leak reveals significant design changes
Apple is taking a big gamble with the iPhone 7. The headline change will be the controversial removal of the headphone jack (a move I predicted 19 months ago), but it doesn’t stop there.
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