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Snapchat is no longer Snapchat, the creator of an app used by tens of millions. It has been reborn as Snap Inc., the maker of Spectacles. A pair of colorful sunglasses with a camera at the corner, it shoots 10-second video with a circular 115-degree field of view, which is meant to mimic the eyes. The clips are sent to the app, ready to be snapped to friends and family. This is, even to the most cynical observer, a surprising business move.
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