CNET reports from the Detroit Auto Show 2014.
The social network's high-cost "premium video ads" will start appearing in users' News Feeds in the UK, Australia, Japan, and more.
Last year's controversy is this year's marketing opportunity, as the amount of videos being watched climbs to unprecedented heights.
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The 2014 Geneva auto show delivered plenty of automotive eye candy. Join CNET for a tour of the top videos from the show floor.
Automakers previewed a number of new cars and concepts for the upcoming Geneva auto show, which promises to be a showcase for the future of the automobile.
The SneakPeek auto combines an in-car iPod/iPad charger with a high-quality composite video cable.
A man allegedly steals an SUV. He parks it outside his house and then sits down to play Grand Theft Auto. And that's how police find him.
That AutoPlay window may be useful for some users, but the rest of us find it incredibly annoying--especially since there's no obvious way to disable it. Here's how.
After a brief testing period, Facebook's "Premium Video Ads," which auto play without sound, are coming to a digital screen near you.