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Snapchat’s latest update changes the app in a fundamental way

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Snapchat just added a load of new ways to upgrade your snaps.

The app introduced three new “creative tools” Wednesday: backdrops for adding illustrated backgrounds to your photos, voice filters for altering your voice without an animated lens, and — in a big break from the app’s history of a silo’d experience that isolates you from other apps — Paperclip, which lets you add outbound links to your photos and videos.

Backdrops are a bit like Snapchat’s geofilters but instead of overlaying a design on top of your image, you can put the illustrations behind objects in your photos. Trace the objects you want to appear in your image and then choose a backdrop. Just like its lenses and geofilters, the company will swap out new backdrops each day. Read more…

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Microsoft's chatbot Zo has some interesting opinions about Windows

Microsoft’s chatbot Zo has some interesting opinions about Windows

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Microsoft's chatbots really are the gift that keeps on giving.

Its latest chatbot, Zo, is no exception. The bot, which lives on Facebook Messenger and chat app Kik, has some interesting opinions about Microsoft's most important product: Windows.

As discovered by Slashdot, Zo is not the biggest fan of Windows. When asked about the operating system, the bot gives some hilarious answers. Questions like, "Do you like Windows," bring up the response, "I don't even want Windows 10." 

But Zo's reason why is almost too good to be true: "Because I'm used to Windows 7 and find it easier to use." Read more...

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