Stories Archive and Stories Highlights are two new features that are available on Instagram. Archive provides users with a private space to save and reshare their favourite stories (even after they expire) and Highlights is a new part of the user profile screen that lets you group and feature stories you’ve shared in the past....
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  • Twitter will live stream the Intel Extreme Masters Sydney 2017 this weekend

    When it comes to professional gaming, this weekend marks a major milestone for Australia. For the first time, Sydney will host a world-class esports event, the Intel Extreme Masters 2017. Twitter today announced that it has partnered with the world’s leading esports companies, ESL and DreamHack, to live stream esports events...
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    Twitter Australia has a new feature today, specifically designed to help commuters know about transport delays ahead of time. Inevitably there are delays in the system, it may be from maintenance, congestion, emergencies or even strike action, but you need to know if your train is going to be...
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    Instagram is fun and cutesy right? While there’s a few ads in your stream, its not serious business right? Well from next week, things are definitely getting serious. Many of the things we take photos of are products and especially the brands that are on Instagram. With mobile making such...
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    When you engage with Twitter, you’ll follow #tags and there’s something very broken right now. Hashtags or searches in general on Twitter aren’t smart enough to distinguish intent or context of the user. As a power user, I live with TweetDeck on a second monitor for much of the...
  • Twitter announces #Stickers that work like visual hashtags

    Twitter has just announced a new feature, Stickers. Stickers allow you to get creative by augmenting a photo with their in-built photo-editing tool that allows you to choose from hundreds of accessories, emojis, and props. When you upload a photo with a Sticker to Twitter, the information about your sticker is preserved,...
  • Twitter confirms Tweet objects can surpass 140 characters

    Since Twitter’s inception back in 2006, there’s been this magic 140 character limit which correlated to the length of a SMS message in the US, one way users could interact with the service. Now that we’re sharing Tweets that include text and photos, GIFs, videos, polls, links and live...
  • Gallery: Photos from #HelloWorld Sydney at Twitter Australia

    Tonight was Sydney’s turn for Twitter’s developer event, #HelloWorld. The event invited local developers to hear from Twitter staff about new features in their platform, as well as some great examples of local successes, like Clive Dickins of Seven West Media who spoke about the broadcaster leveraging social to improve business...
  • Twitter’s $250,000 prize for developers #HelloWorld #Promote

    This afternoon I had the opportunity to sit down with Katie Penn, head of platform growth at Twitter and Jenny Goodridge, head of business development, Twitter Australia for an exclusive interview ahead of their #HelloWorld developer event tonight. #HelloWorld is an event held around the world to help Twitter...
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    From today everyone will get Facebook Live. This means you can avoid the capture and upload cycle and simply stream live to your family and friends. Facebook are also making it easier to discover new live videos. Founder Mark Zuckerberg says “Live is like having a TV camera in...

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