It is one of the fastest-growing social networks, but are you making the most of its photo and video features? Get some handy hints
When Instagram was launched in October 2010, it was an app for applying stylish “filters” to your photos and sharing them with friends. Six and a half years (and a $1bn acquisition by Facebook) on, it has 700m active users and a host of advanced features.
It’s still simple to share a photo – or a video now – with a few taps. However, if you talk to some of the people who have tens or even hundreds of thousands of followers on the service, you’ll realise there’s a lot to learn about mastering it.
If you’re new to “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds,” you might find yourself lost in the battle royale chaos. Here’s everything you need to know to get started, with our ‘PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ beginner’s guide.
Samsung’s Gear VR is an impressive virtual reality viewer, but viewing 360 videos and pictures on it isn’t as easy as it could be. Here’s how to watch YouTube on a Gear VR, as well as Facebook, Vimeo, and more.
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Turning down a $3bn offer made Snapchat famous for its bold vision. But now Facebook is catching up, leading some to predict a ‘long and painful death’
For years Snapchat was seen as David to Facebook’s Goliath, but it looks as though the underdog has lost its swagger.
Shares in the messaging app’s parent company Snap fell sharply this week after one of the investment banks that helped to take the company public downgraded its stock.
There’s a graphics card shortage taking place in the desktop market, and we dig deep into Amazon to see who is selling what, and for how much. The cards hit most include the GTX 1070, GTX 1060, and AMD’s Radeon RX 500 Series.
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