The dystopian future showcases our desire to stay connected to technology which eventually disconnects us from the ‘real’ world. TV shows often attempt to capture the imaginary depictions of the futuristic world. But while many have failed to completely showcase the tech addiction, a few may have ‘just about’ succeeded in capturing the chilling resemblance to our current world. When Black Mirror‘s third season aired on Netflix last year, its chilling resemblance to our digital lives immediately connected with the audience. The series did not shy away from outlining the disturbing future in a ‘social media‘ driven world and brilliantly magnified our frenzied obsession with technology.Read More →

In April 2012, Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) acquired 18-month-old Instagram, which had only 30 million users and no revenue. At that time, $1 billion worth of deal seemed too big for a small startup like Instagram. But years later, the photo filter app boasts of having more than 600 million users and is proving to be a strong growth engine. Instagram is giving stiff competition to market debutant Snap (NYSE:SNAP). Shares of Snap, the parent company of Snapchat, fell 1.2% at $19.97, after Instagram announced its Snapchat-like Stories app has more daily users – as many as 200 million daily active users. In 2013, FB offered SNAPRead More →