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What’s Buzzing: Platform Updates, MTV Snaps & More

The World Cup may have ended this week, but that doesn’t mean we’re all ready to move on just yet. Snapchat kept the memories alive with their Our Story feature, showing off a series of user snaps from Brazil. Twitter, on the other hand, seems ready to move on to the next big thing, saying ...

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What’s Buzzing: Pretzel-Bun Ballads, #WorldCup & More

This week brought record-setting moments for Facebook and Twitter as the World Cup progressed and Brazil fell short of advancing in the tournament. The team’s loss to Germany became the most discussed single sports game ever in Twitter’s history with 35.6 million Tweets over the match. We also saw updates this week from several leading ...

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What’s Buzzing: Facebook’s Slingshot, Emojis Galore & More

This week, World Cup Fever continued to take hold on social media as well as the 360i offices. The office was also a buzz with the news of the new Amazon Fire phone to be released July 25. This new smartphone boasts features such as cloud-based storage, a 24-hour live support system, and Firefly – ...

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Amazon Fire Phone Brings Commerce to the Forefront

There’s a new smartphone on the block. It’s called the Amazon Fire Phone – and it’s the first smartphone on the market to place as much emphasis on commerce as it does on connectivity and communications. Historically, hardware announcements have been of somewhat tepid interest to marketers, since their implications are one step removed and ...

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What’s Buzzing: Weather-Based Ads, Catalog Remixes & More

This week, leading social media platforms Facebook and Twitter added to World Cup excitement by unveiling some timely new features for users. Facebook developed a ‘Trending World Cup” section where fans can catch up on the action without leaving the platform, and Twitter introduced a World Cup timeline and Starter Kits to allow fans to ...