Instagram's Snapchat-like feature lets you create photo sequences that expire after a day.
Today's major tech headlines include Apple's rumored AR headset, Chrome's decision to block URL redirects next year and Instagram allowing older media uploads to Stories.
Similar to features like Boomerang and Hyperlapse, the photo-sharing social network now let's people record dramatic zoomed-in videos.
Invite a co-host for some live Story fun.
The livestream-with-friends feature that's been in testing since early August is now ready for prime time.
If a post offering a free iPhone X pops up in your social media feed, it's probably a scam. Don't fall for it.
Come to the site for the sunsets and cheese plate photos, stay for the lack of hate and vitriol, CEO Kevin Systrom says.
Instagram is just a little safer thanks to these updates.
This much-needed feature is accompanied by a few other changes intended to create a kinder, gentler Instagram.
The biggest tech news of the day includes a day-one exploit inside Apple's latest OS and Apple choosing Google over Bing for default search results. Plus Instagram posts another round of impressive metrics.
The Snapchat-like feature comes to video broadcasts.
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Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.