Businesses Leverage Instagram Stories to New Heights


Instagram’s Stories feature, which launched one year ago, has achieved widespread engagement among businesses that want to raise their brand awareness and expand their e-commerce penetration, the company said. The tool, launched in August 2016, allows users to create digital slide shows out of photos and videos in order to convey a story. Businesses ranging from Taco Bell to J.Crew and Starbucks have used Stories to give a behind-the-scenes peek at new products, launch limited sales, or get instant customer feedback about new initiatives.

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Intel may tap RealSense to chase Microsoft and Magic Leap in augmented reality

Intel Realsense modules have been embedded in a variety of personal computing devices
Intel has bet heavily on its RealSense platform for adding a third dimension to imaging, but hasn’t achieved much success. Its next move might be to try and leapfrog its competitors in augmented reality.

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Review: Devialet Phantom is a high-end speaker worth its weight in Kevlar

Article Image Developed by niche French audio firm Devialet, the Phantom has achieved wide acclaim from industry acolytes for impossibly low-distortion sound reproduction rivaling that of speakers ten times the cost and many times the size. It’s also the latest chic accessory to be featured in Apple’s retail stores.

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For 14th year in a row, Apple achieves perfect score in Human Rights Campaign's LGBT rankings

Article Image Apple and 20 other tech companies achieved perfect scores on this year’s Corporate Equality Index, a Human Rights Campaign project ranking US companies on their treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered workers.

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