Is this just the hype machine buzzing again, or is there something that publishers can learn as voice starts making more noise?
It’s clear that Facebook is on the hunt for a new battle to win, and has the worlds of online video and e-commerce in its sights
Many messaging apps have become integral to the daily digital habits of their users. WeChatters are hailing cabs via their apps, Line users are ordering takeaways and Messenger users are now interacting with AI chatbots.
Considering current tablet users choose to turn to their mobiles for the vast majority of online activities, this is a conflict that tablets will struggle to win.
The reality is that Facebook is, and will remain for some time, the king of the social media industry. Here’s four reasons why.
With Facebook snapping up Masquerade, Twitter pushing Periscope and Snapchat’s new ‘Chat 2.0’ update expanding video functionality and video filters on the networks, it’s clear that the major names in social media are betting big on video