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Updated  features, read more at https://techcrunch.com/2017/01/12/snapchat-search/

Read  Everything you need to know about Facebook Like-Farming at http://www.thatsnonsense.com/facebook-like-share-photo-scams-dont-make-scammers-rich/

Find more info here:  https://techcrunch.com/2016/12/28/twitter-introduces-360-degree-video-live-streaming/

Excerpt:

To start a broadcast inside Twitter, tap the button to compose a new tweet and then tap “live.” From there you can frame your shot and start your video. During the broadcast, viewers who see your broadcast on their timelines can tap in, comment, and send hearts. If you’ve used Periscope, it will all feel very familiar — and if you haven’t, it’s fairly intuitive. (Twitter had previously added a Periscope button to the app, but tapping it just redirected you to Periscope or to an app store to download it.)

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link http://www.theverge.com/2016/12/14/13942840/twitter-live-video-periscope-integration

How social media become more alike… but we educators may be used this one in teaching in secret FB groups while protecting our student’s privacy:

http://www.theverge.com/2016/12/15/13962324/facebook-messenger-camera-snapchat-clone-features

Shazam! Snapchat Unveils New Features

A lot of new features. Let’s go through this list one by one: first, the popular social media app cut a deal with Shazam, the magical music identification app. Nowusers can identify a song by pressing down on the app’s camera screen. Even better? You can now chat with up to 16 friends at once using Snapchat Groups. The app still retains its ephemerality, as these group messages disappear after 24 hours. Last and not least, the company unveiled two new editing tools, Scissors and Paintbrush. Looks like we’ll be spending a lot more time on Snap this holiday season.

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