Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
By: Adnan Arnautlija
AS OF TOMORROW YOU CAN BUY GO PRO HERO7 BLACK IN CROATIA
GoPro, Inc. yesterday announced a new line of products in Croatia including their flagship model, HERO7 Black, with a retail price of HRK 3,299 (€444), setting a new bar for image stabilization thanks to HyperSmooth feature.
HyperSmooth is the best image stabilization system inside a camera ever featured. It allows you to easily capture professional-looking movies at no cost or hassle of purchasing a motorized camera bracket. HyperSmooth works under water as well as in strong shaking situations and strong winds, where the classic stabilizer doesn’t work properly.
Cameras will be available at authorized GoPro retailers in Croatia from Thursday, September 27th.
PLAN D 2018 | SECOND EDITION
The opening of the second edition of the International Design Festival Plan D will be held on September 27, 2018 at 20.00 hrs in Hall V of the Technical Museum Nikola Tesla in Zagreb. Visitors will have the opportunity to visit the exhibition “For Users / For People – Ethical Design”, which will present the works of affirmed domestic and foreign authors. Along with the thematic exhibition, there is also the International Young Artists Exhibition that brings together the selection of works that have been submitted to the festival contest.
Lydia Nicholas (University College London, Digital Anthropologist and PhD), Ludwig Zeller (Institute of Experimental Cultures), Anja Neidhardt and Maya Ober (Depatriarchise Design), sociologist Dražen Šimleša and many other guests will hold lectures at Plan D.
Organizer: Croatian Design Society
SNAPCHAT’S VISUAL SEARCH TOOL NOW LETS PEOPLE FIND AND BUY PRODUCTS ON AMAZON
Snap has launched a visual search collaboration with Amazon that makes it easier for people to search for products in Snapchat, then buy them from the e-commerce giant.
Using Snapchat’s existing visual search tool, people can now use the app to point their camera at physical product or barcode to then be redirected to an Amazon pop-up card for that product or something similar.
The service is in testing and will be made available only to a small percentage of Snapchat users in the US initially. It’s unclear whether, or how, Snapchat and Amazon will split the revenue on sales driven through the partnership.
INSTAGRAM CO-FOUNDERS TO EXIT THE COMPANY
Instagram co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger are set to leave the company in a bid to rediscover their creativity.
The duo has already resigned from their posts as chief executive and chief technology officer respectively, and posted a statement explaining their decision on the company website.
The statement by Systrom, read: “Mike and I are grateful for the last eight years at Instagram and six years with the Facebook team. We’ve grown from 13 people to over a thousand with offices around the world, all while building products used and loved by a community of over one billion. We’re now ready for our next chapter.
“We’re planning on taking some time off to explore our curiosity and creativity again. Building new things requires that we step back, understand what inspires us and match that with what the world needs; that’s what we plan to do.”
WUNDERMAN GRABS MAJORITY STAKE IN DUTCH SALESFORCE SPECIALISTS EMARK
Wunderman has announced the acquisition of a majority stake in Emark, a marketing technology performance company that delivers marketing and advertising technology solutions for data-driven and personalized customer interaction.
The martech company delivers Salesforce Marketing Cloud, Commerce Cloud, Service Cloud, DMP, and advertising technology such as Facebook Advertising and Google Ads, as a single, integrated solution. Emark has also provided Salesforce multi-cloud strategy and solutions in Europe.
This deal has added to a busy year for the WPP digital marketing agency: Wunderman has also acquired US-based agency Gorilla to bolster its commerce services, while adding retail vet Michael Murray to oversee its growing data practices.
APPLE CLOSES $400M DEAL ON SHAZAM, LOOKS TO REMOVE ADS FROM MUSIC RECOGNITION APP
Apple has officially closed its deal on music recognition app Shazam, which was first announced in December.
The reported $400m deal has paired Shazam’s services, downloaded by over a billion people worldwide, with Apple’s suite of hardware and software, notably Apple Music.
As part of the deal, Apple announced that it will be making the Shazam experience ad-free.
With Shazam as part of Apple’s portfolio, Apple Music has further upped its competition with Spotify and other streaming challengers. Spotify has recently fallen behind its rival streaming service in monthly paid subscribers in the US, with 30 million subscribers as of February as opposed to Apple Music’s 36 million.