"Snapchat's New Glasses Are As Silly As Snapchat (And That’s Why They'll Be A Hit)" (Fast Company)
"The glasses film 115-degrees wide to mimic human perception, and record a round image that creates videos outside the bounds of standard rectangular cropping."
"LVMH's Digital Drive Takes Time Despite Apple Hire" (Reuters)
"Almost a year after LVMH appointed former Apple Music executive, Ian Rogers, his impact on the world's biggest luxury goods group has yet to become visible."
"Messaging Apps Are Changing How Companies Talk with Customers" (Harvard Business Review)
"Welcome to the era of 'conversational commerce,' the term for online business that’s powered by natural language technologies."
"An Algorithm That Mixes Your Perfect Make-Up: How Technology Is Changing the Beauty World" (The Telegraph)
"You might assume there is little connection between the techies beavering away in California’s Silicon Valley and your daily beauty regime. But you’d be wrong."
"Nielsen Says Mainstream Consumers Really Are Interested in Virtual Reality" (Ad Week)
"A Nielsen survey of 8,000 consumers found that many might actually be more ready for VR than some might have guessed."