|Bid||13.31 x 1300|
|Ask||13.58 x 1300|
|Day's Range||13.29 - 13.61|
|52 Week Range||10.50 - 21.22|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Aug 7, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||11.74|
Snap (SNAP) recently expanded in India, increasing competitive pressure on Facebook (FB) in its overseas markets. Facebook relies on overseas markets like India for the majority of its revenues. In the first quarter, the company generated 52.5% of its total revenues in markets outside the United States and Canada.
An apparent Snap partnership with Amazon is based on a technology familiar to the e-commerce giant.
Glitches with Google Cloud disrupted service on popular apps such as Snapchat and Spotify, as well as websites for Breitbart and The Drudge Report on Tuesday. Google's Cloud Status Dashboard acknowledged ...
Snap (SNAP) stock has rallied 27.0% since the sharp decline it saw after it announced disappointing first-quarter 2018 results in May. Snap stock has had a tendency to move sharply either way after major news. The fact of the matter is that Snapchat faces immense competition from Facebook’s (FB) Instagram, which now has one billion monthly active users. Also, Snap has remained expensive considering its decelerating growth rate.
For about two weeks in the second quarter, Facebook (FB) ran an expanded advertising business in its Messenger subsidiary. It introduced video advertising on the Messenger app, which has more than 1.3 billion monthly active users. The Messenger autoplay video ads started appearing on June 18, a move that saw Facebook expand the monetization of its messaging app that previously only served static ads.
Facebook (FB) stated in a blog post that it is bringing AR (augmented reality) technology to ads on its platform, which will let users try products using the technology before they buy the product. The AR-equipped ads will appear on the News Feed, giving users the option to “try” products such as clothes, sunglasses, or makeup using AR through their device camera.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / July 17, 2018 / U.S. markets closed mostly lower on Monday, as upbeat economic data and the latest batch of corporate earnings failed to encourage investors. The Dow Jones Industrial ...
Can Facebook Escape Its Privacy Woes? Facebook (FB) is developing a new tool that will help users check the time spent on the social media platform and possibly combat social media addiction. The new tool is called Your Time on Facebook, which will let users set time limits for using the application.
Can Facebook Escape Its Privacy Woes? Facebook’s (FB) photo-sharing service platform has recently launched a new mobile-friendly, simple stand-alone app called IGTV. The feature can be accessed by 1 billion users in the original Instagram app.
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Facebook (FB) introduced its Stories feature in 2013. Its success led the company to take it to other platforms. It launched Stories in Instagram in 2016 and later in WhatsApp Status. Both Instagram and WhatsApp became the most used Stories products in the world, according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Facebook's (FB) latest augmented reality endeavor allows people to virtually interact with different products by using their smartphone cameras.
Snap (SNAP) is reportedly partnering with Amazon to enable its users perform a camera-powered search, expanding beyond its traditional messaging platform.
Snap Inc. will hold its quarterly conference call to discuss second quarter 2018 financial results on Tuesday, August 7, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time .
Facebook is offering augmented reality ads, which allow people to have virtual experiences using their mobile phone's camera. About 80 million people interact with AR each month, according to The Boston Consulting Group. Facebook FB is getting into the augmented reality (AR) advertising business, entering a space previously dominated by Snap.
Venture capital firm Lightspeed Venture Partners has raised $1.8 billion to invest in startups from cryptocurrency to beauty supplies, hoping to build on its streak of lucrative bets in companies such as Snap Inc (:SNAP.N), the firm's partners told Reuters. Lightspeed has historically been an early-stage investment firm and was the first outside investor in Snap's messaging app Snapchat. The dollar amount is more than double the size of its previous growth-stage fund.