Snap has released its third-quarter earnings report which reveals that the company lost $40 million on its goofy Spectacles. Earlier, Snap CEO Evan Spiegel said the company's future is in hardware.
In an interview with Walter Isaacson, Snap's CEO Evan Spiegel revealed that the Snap spectacles has shipped just 150,000 units. Spiegel said that hardware will be an important part of Snap's future.
WhatsApp Status is now available for web. The only caveat with the implementation is that it's not possible to create your own status from the browser; instead, you'll have to do that from mobile.
From Skype's Snappy refresh and Xbox gaming galore, to PS3 production, Prime parachutes, hacking pacemakers, and the death of the Northstar, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Snap's Spectacles - featuring a built-in camera that records short video clips in a circular format, which can then be shared on Snapchat - are heading to Europe, and are already available in the UK.
It appears that late last year, Snap Inc. acquired an LA-based drone company. The firm responsible for the Snapchat app has voiced that it would like to make further moves into the hardware space.
Microsoft's cross platform Visual Studio Code editor can now be installed via a snap package on Linux distributions which support it. The main benefits are built in dependencies and auto-updates.
Snapchat failed to meet several targets that were expected of it by analysts in the last quarter. As a result of slower than expected growth the price of stocks slumped in after-hours trading.
Snap has opened up a new pop-up shop for its Spectacles in Southern California. If buying things online isn't your thing, you can always head to the shop where they will be on sale for $129.
Until now, the only way to get Snap's camera-equipped Spectacles was to visit the company's NYC pop-up store, or hope a vending machine appeared near you - but that's all changed from today.
After launching its Spectacles wearable late last year, Snap Inc. has filed for a $3 billion IPO. While it brands itself as a camera company, it's best known for its app, Snapchat.
Microsoft is permanently removing the Snap Mode on Xbox One. The feature allowed gamers to access stripped down versions of apps on the right side of their screen without leaving the game.
Snap packages which were introduced in Ubuntu 16.04 in April have made their way to several other popular distributions and their derivatives, these include Arch Linux, Debian and Gentoo and Fedora.
Microsoft has debuted a wealth of new features that will be coming to Windows 10 this summer. Today, Microsoft has detailed its plans to update and evolve 'Snap'.
Major Nelson (aka Microsoft's Larry Hryb) has shared details of the company's next update for the Xbox One, which will include new features such as Achievement Snap and Game DVR video 'likes'.
Microsoft has released a new update to its Skype app for the Xbox One, which finally allows it to be used in Snap video chat mode while a person is also playing a game.
Microsoft has released the latest version of Skype for Android that allows tablet uses to conduct a call on one side of the screen while still using other apps in a Windows 8-like Snap mode.
Microsoft has released two more videos showing the Xbox One at work, with one focusing on the Snap features and the other offering info on how to personalize the console.
Users of the Firefox Web browser have been flocking to Netcraft's Web site to download the security company's new antiphishing toolbar, a company representative said Thursday. The free toolbar, released Tuesday, was downloaded more than...
Computer component maker Adaptec has agreed to acquire data storage device company Snap Appliance, the companies said Tuesday. Adaptec, which makes products including network interface cards and controllers for the Serial ATA disk drive interface,...
Storage hardware maker Quantum will announce a new file storage system Oct. 15 falling into the midrange of the company's Snap line, but much of the company's attention is focused on two other new product...