Type in "spring break" or any search term and now Snapchat will serve up related Stories. "Over time, the number of Snaps that were created by our community and added to Our Story simply overwhelmed our curation team -- and inspired us to create something new," Snap said in the blog post. The move also comes just days after rival Facebook widely released a near-identical clone of Snapchat's Stories. Both Facebook's and Snapchat's Stories let people post a collection of video and photos on a particular topic or event that can be edited with digital stickers and filters.
Snap said advanced machine learning is powering the new search tool, The company's curation team was "overwhelmed" by the number of Stories submitted, so Snap built a tool to let users search on their own, Want to know what your fellow Snapchatters are doing for spring break? Now you can just search on that or any term instead of relying on Snap's curation team to hand-pick Stories for you, Snap, the company behind the popular mobile messaging app, announced the new search tool in a blog post Friday, saying it was rolling out at first in select cities, It's the first major new product for the company since its initial public offering in March, And it's the first major search koi in black water iphone case tool for the service boosting its ability to compete with the likes of YouTube..
There needs to be a reboot of Touchstone Pictures' "Con Air." You know the film about paroled ex-con and former U.S. Ranger Cameron Poe (Nicolas Cage with long hair) trapped on a hijacked prisoner transport plane. And with the popularity of shows and films like "Orange Is The New Black" and the recent "Ghostbusters" remake, it should be an all-female version of Con Air. Though that original cast will be hard to beat: John Cusack, John Malkovich, Steve Buscemi, Danny Trejo, Ving Rhames and Dave Chappelle as Pinball.
- Patrick Holland, associate editor, The original story of everyone's favorite cheerleader turned chosen one is ready for a reboot, The original 1992 movie, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," (20th Century Fox) has plenty koi in black water iphone case of flaws -- Lothos, I'm looking at you -- but was one of my first inductions to a strong, witty female hero, I'd love to see Buffy learn to deal with vampires, and high school, in modern day Los Angeles, Excitement over the 20th anniversary of Joss Whedon's TV series "Buffy theVampire Slayer" certainly proves there's appetite for more badass slayer action..
- Carrie Mihalcik, associate editor. Warner Bros.' "Falling Down," set in San Francisco, would instead revolve around tech-biz hate and discontent. I envision slapping cell phones out out of people's hands, chucking laptops into churning construction pits, jamming Uber frequencies and embarrassing disruptive outbursts at posh company parties. - Charles Wagner, camera operator. "Stargate" (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) needs an update. Undo the meandering TV show and bring back the idea of pharaohs hanging out with ancient aliens who look like Egyptian gods. Also, Kurt Russell fits more into his role as the gruff Colonel Jack O'Neil now than he did back in 1994. Make Stargate great again, Hollywood. Reboot it.