Facebook changing its name to Meta is no longer news for all of us. Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook decided to rebrand the parent company to reflect its focus on “Metaverse”, primarily Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality experiences (VR). Before we move further, we would like to tell you that we are also still figuring it out just like you. But here’s a little information that might help you comprehend this entire idea behind the rebranding.
Recently, Snapchat announced the launch of Spotlight, a feature that would allow users to share short videos just like Instagram Reels and TikTok. This new feature will allow Snapchatters to see content from other members and influencers. This new feature will give users access to exponential amount of entertaining content.
So, in latest news Google is shutting down its one of the most popular features of its product universe- Google Photo’s free unlimited storage. Google said it will discontinue this service from 1 June 2021. After June 1st, all the photos uploaded will be calculated as per your free data limit of 15 GB. Thankfully, all the pictures uploaded before June 1st, 2021 will still be part of the free unlimited storage option.