Highlights of the Month – January
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As the tech giant plan to include ChatGPT, an AI-powered conversational search engine, into its search engine, Microsoft’s Bing could soon be back in the business. Users will then be able to do conversational searches on the app. According to that Google is not the only one scrambling to create an AI chatbot to compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT. However, the plan is not to create a substitute, instead, it is all about the collaborative work with OpenAI to include ChatGPT’s AI in a new iteration of its Bing search engine.
Along with the New Year came also another new update on Tik Tok. Video scrubbing thumbnail is a feature that allows users to preview a frame of the video by hovering their cursor over the timeline while the video is playing. These thumbnails provide a visual representation of the video’s content at different points in time, making it easier for users to navigate to the specific sections of the video they’re interested in. This makes it much easier for users to guide through longer TikTok videos that can last up to 10 Minutes.
Early February is the date for the newest Twitter update. The main characteristic of the Twitter is now changing. So rather than 280 characters users will be able to type up to 4000. This allows longer tweets, which could be used in different ways, but also another option will be to upload longer videos. Besides those updates, Twitter will relaunch its side-swipe option that enables users to switch between the chronological and algorithmic timeline.
In recent years, sharing Netflix passwords has become a common practice among friends and family members. However, the streaming giant is now cracking down on password sharing, implementing new measures to prevent unauthorized access to its service. Additionally, Netflix has begun to use sophisticated technology to detect and prevent unauthorized access to its service. The company’s goal is simply to protect its service and ensure that every subscriber has an optimal viewing experience.
The presence of TikTok, Amazon, and Netflix is rapidly growing. According to the reports, in 2022 their advertising market share dropped below 50%, standing at 48.4%. By the end ofthis year, that number is expected to drop to 44.9%. This is the first time in years that Google and Meta have less users, so it’s not surprising that they’re having some difficulties despite still expanding. This is seen as a great chance for smaller platform to steal the spotlight and dominate the digital ad market in 2023.
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