Evan Spiegel: News

24 May 2022

Social Media

Snap slashes its Q2 outlook; shares tumble 30%

An internal memo from Evan Spiegel, the CEO of Snap Inc., to his employees has sent the company's shares spiraling downward.

02 Apr 2019


Snap CEO's sister to launch Pornhub for women

Normally, porn is associated with the idea of exploring sexual video content on the web.

27 Feb 2019

San Francisco

Soon, Android users will get a new, completely redesigned Snapchat

In a matter of months, Android users will get a completely redesigned version of popular photo-messaging app Snapchat.

28 Jun 2018


Snapchat to launch its own gaming platform

According to a report by The Information, Snap is developing a gaming platform inside Snapchat.

30 May 2018


Evan Spiegel: The sassy Snapchat chief who speaks his mind

Evan Spiegel, the CEO of Snapchat, is a controversy child. He doesn't hold himself back, it doesn't matter if at the receiving end it is his customers, competition or his own investors.

18 Feb 2018


Petition asking Snapchat to reverse its redesign crosses million signatures

A petition that is rooting for Snapchat to reverse its recently rolled out redesign has crossed one million signatures.

06 Oct 2017


Snap CEO says Spectacles sales are 'over 150,000 units'

When Snap launched Spectacles, it didn't hold back from making marketing gimmicks. One of the brilliant ones was the idea of Snapbot vending machines, which would pop up at random places and from which, you could buy Spectacles.

01 Jun 2017


MakeMyTrip trolled for co-founder's tweet on beef

MakeMyTrip has come under attack after a co-founder protested the Centre's laws on cattle slaughter.

18 Apr 2017


Snapchat brings AR to your screen, brace for awesomeness overload

Staying ahead of Facebook or providing a new feature for Facebook to copy? This is one question we are going to ask ourselves very soon.

08 Mar 2017


Middle-aged employees in IT could soon be left jobless

Capgemini India recently said most employees in middle and senior levels in the Information Technology sector don't have the required skill-set that this constantly-changing industry demands, which could eventually lead to massive job losses for the middle-aged.