Global Multiexperience Development Platforms Market 2020 Outlook Highlights Major Opportunities, Advance Technology, Top Companies Analysis to 2025

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Dec 02, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
This intensive research report entitled Global Multiexperience Development Platforms Market 2020 by Company, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 compiled and published by MarketQuest.biz entails a market synopsis and offers a definition & outline of the market. The report represents detailed synopsis of the current market scenario, key trends, as well as threats, and challenges that seem to significantly impact revenue generation in the market. The report covers over-the-board data such as market trends, drivers, restraints, opportunities, market shares, challenges, economy, and supply chain. Information on the research and development taking place in the market has been presented. It comprises historical data, significance, statistical data, size & share, market analysis by product and market trends by key players, and market price & demand. The market is separated by product

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afloat, the App Delivering the Boost that Current Social Media Platforms Can’t

  • By joining public or private groups, members can interact daily to give and receive on-demand help, advice, gifts, and support.
  • At the touch of a button, users can request something as simple as a cup of coffee, a ride for a child, or gift something as large as a wedding gift or holiday gift for a teacher.
  • Users can rally groups to help with, support, celebrate significant life events, or check it daily to see who needs something from the grocery store or want to participate in a clothing drive.
  • Businesses can easily connect to their customers to support and celebrate like never before

“Everyone reaches a point where they need help—everyone. We can’t do life alone,” said CEO & Founder Sarah-Allen Preston. “As humans, we are wired to help others. This App connects that circle —in the palm of your hand—geared toward creating happiness and positivity for everyone

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Singapore gives non-banks access to e-payment platforms

Eligible non-bank financial institutions in Singapore soon will have direct access to the country’s retail payment platforms, PayNow and FAST, which will enable e-wallet users to make funds transfers between bank accounts and across different e-wallets. Most e-wallets currently can be topped up only via credit or debit cards and funds cannot be transferred between e-wallets. 

To plug this gap, a new API (application programming interface) payment gateway has been developed under guidelines from the Singapore Clearing House Association (SCHA) and Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS), both of which govern FAST and PayNow, respectively. The API is designed to better fit the technology architecture of banks and non-bank financial institutions, according to industry regulator Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). 

FAST, or Fast and Secure Transfers, is an electronic funds transfer service that allows real-time funds transfers, in Singapore dollars, between entities, while PayNow — running on top the FAST

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The future of digital advertising in the post-digital platforms inquiry world (Part 1)

Who could imagine weathering this COVID-19 pandemic without the innovations and connectivity brought by digital platforms. The benefits of digital platforms to society have been immense and have also enabled efficient and effective advertising, and facilitated connections with consumers.

However, with this innovation came the ‘dark side’ of this technology where consumer interests have become obfuscated. Following several high profile data breaches, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) launched its Digital Platforms Inquiry in July 2019. The consequences of this inquiry and the changes to the regulatory landscape will, in our view, be almost be like a COVID-19 for digital.

Part one of this review provides an overview of the Digital Platforms Inquiry (DPI) and follow-ons, highlights the focus on the protection of consumers and their privacy/personal data. Part two will touch on current regulator court actions relating to consumer privacy and data, and what the future may hold.

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Council Post: Business Platforms: Bringing Customers Together

CTO of Wunderman Thompson NA, applying technology to drive client growth across the Americas and beyond.

The past decade has seen the rise of a new type of business model: the platform business. While more traditional business models set the stage for companies to supply services to meet consumer demand — packaging cost-effective services or marketing them to consumers for profit — a platform business disrupts traditional business models by facilitating direct interaction between value creators. Instead of the companies pushing services out in the world, platform businesses seek to enable exchanges between producers and consumers.

Spotify, AirBnB, Uber, Netflix and Amazon (SAUNA) have all adopted this model, facilitating interactions between artists and listeners, hosts and guests, drivers and riders, buyers and sellers. The platform opportunity is poised to grow — in 2016, an Accenture survey found that 81% of executives believed platform-based business models would be core to

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Opinion | Tech platforms need to be checked. Instead, Congress gives us theater.

Incidentally, so does Congress.

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter’s Jack Dorsey went virtually to Washington this week to talk about Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, the provision that protects platforms like theirs from liability for most of what their users post. This sounds awfully technical, and it is — but that’s mostly irrelevant, because lawmakers these days display little interest in making law. They are much more interested in making theater. The odd couple called to testify this week aren’t so much guest stars as they are props in an elaborate and never-ending performance art that’s starting to get old.

Zuckerberg was summoned for his first flagellation in 2018 following the Cambridge Analytica imbroglio. A chorus of 100 lawmakers assembled to fire nearly 600 queries at him over the course of 10 hours. His testimony offered nary a novel insight and nary a scandalous slip-up, but no one

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Barack Obama said social media should be regulated and treated as publishers, as Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms face potential Section 230 revisions



Barack Obama talking on a cell phone: Former US President Barack Obama speaks at a Biden-Harris drive-in rally in Orlando, Florida on October 27, 2020. RICARDO ARDUENGO/AFP via Getty Images


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Former US President Barack Obama speaks at a Biden-Harris drive-in rally in Orlando, Florida on October 27, 2020. RICARDO ARDUENGO/AFP via Getty Images

  • Former President Barack Obama said there should be government regulations for social media firms since they make “editorial choices, whether they’ve buried them in algorithms or not,” he told The Atlantic in an interview.
  • Tech companies like Facebook and Twitter are protected by an internet law called Section 230 which shields them from being liable for content that people post on their platforms. 
  • Republicans and Democrats alike have called for the law to be revised and for protections to be stripped for tech companies, which would majorly impact their businesses.
  • Tech companies have long argued that they shouldn’t be treated as publishers and that Section 230 is what protects free speech on the internet and without it, online communication would change as
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Conservatives find home on social media platforms rife with misinformation.

Among tweets containing baseless claims about election results, Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo echoed a rallying cry of many prominent conservative voices in a tweet shortly after Election Day: “I will be leaving [Twitter] soon and going to Parler. Please open an account on @parler right away.”



a screen shot of an open laptop computer sitting on top of a table: Amid rising turmoil in social media, alternative social network Parler is gaining with prominent political conservatives who claim their voices are being silenced by Silicon Valley giants.


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Amid rising turmoil in social media, alternative social network Parler is gaining with prominent political conservatives who claim their voices are being silenced by Silicon Valley giants.

Others who’ve been active on the alternative social network Parler in recent weeks include Fox News host Sean Hannity, radio personality Mark Levin, far-right activist Laura Loomer, Senator Ted Cruz and Congressman Devin Nunes. Eric Trump also has an account verified by Parler as does Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

A substantial number of users have followed these voices onto the platform, fueled by complaints over actions major social media platforms have

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Ad buyers break down the biggest platforms and media companies: 2020

  • 2020 has been a tough year for the advertising industry as marketers grapple with an economic downturn and new consumer habits like the rise of e-commerce and streaming TV.
  • Business Insider talked with 14 media buyers about the media companies and platforms that are winning advertisers’ budgets this year.
  • They include companies that are just starting to build ad businesses like Instacart and TikTok and traditional media companies like NBCUniversal and Condé Nast that are giving advertisers flexibility.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

After the pandemic halted ad spending, advertisers are starting to spend again — and tried-and-tested platforms and media companies that can show a return on ad spending are reaping the benefits.

Social media platforms like Facebook and Snap have benefitted because they let advertisers quickly turn ad spending on and off and test different messages.

Other companies like Amazon and Instacart have capitalized on the

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iOS and macOS ‘Fortnite’ players given in-game currency to use on other platforms

Epic Games has compensated players affected by its lawsuit against Apple over “Fortnite,” by crediting macOS and iOS players with V-Bucks to their accounts that can be spent on other platforms.

Players of “Fortnite” on iOS and macOS have been left without the ability to enjoy their V-Bucks, an in-game currency used to buy items, following Apple’s decision to block further updates to the game while the Apple-Epic lawsuit rolls on. For the moment, Epic has attempted to appease affected players who are not able to enjoy the funds they have paid for.

Epic has advised it has started to grant a V-Bucks bonus to players who used iOS and macOS, which can be spent “on any platform,” reports The Verge. The grants, which have been added to accounts as of November 9, can be used on any other platform the game is available to play on,

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