Snapchat's new Spectacles 3 can capture 3D photos for a very premium price

On Tuesday, Snapchat's parent company unveiled Spectacles 3, an updated version of its video recording eyewear that now comes with 3D effects.

The newly-announced glasses are sleeker than previous generations, and they allow you to create a 3D video using two high-definition cameras embedded on both sides of the spectacles. The dual cameras add depth to the imagery for realistic augmented reality.


Facebook reportedly ditched plans to buy a social networking competitor over antitrust fears

Facebook considered acquiring Houseparty but abandoned the deal due to fears of greater antitrust concerns, The New York Times reports.

Facebook considered acquiring video chat app Houseparty but abandoned the deal last year due to concerns around heightened antitrust scrutiny, according to The New York Times.

The company was in advanced discussions with Houseparty but ended deal talks after it became clear that acquiring another social media company would be too risky, given Facebook’s dominance in the space, the Times reported.

New Bill Would Ban ‘Addictive’ Social Media Tricks, Alter Instagram Forever

Senator Josh Hawley has introduced a new bill designed to ban the “addictive” tricks used by social networking services to hook users and increase the amount of time they spend on their platforms.

Global Social Networking Services Market Key Players, Regions, Sales, Market Size and Production Forecast from 2019 to 2024

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Facebook's $5 billion FTC fine is just the start of its problems

The world’s largest social network may have settled one investigation, but it’s got many more to come.

Following news that Facebook will pay $5 billion to the Federal Trade Commission and $100 million to the Securities and Exchange Commission over its poor handling of a massive privacy screwup that led it to lose control of the user data of tens of millions of people, many of the company's defenders are breathing a sigh of relief. But it'll be short-lived.


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