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2017 was the year social media got captured

What were the three biggest innovations of 2017; the ones that’ll stick around in 2018 and beyond?

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Stuff magazine’s Toby Shapshak.

Shapshak touched on the following:

  • Death of the bezel - Samsung Galaxy S8

  • Death of the home button / birth of face recognition (iPhone X)

  • Death of our social media innocence (how social media had been captured)

Listen to the interview in the audio below.

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