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No more pasting those offsite links to get your GIF point across.
Users will have a license to use the avatars on and off Reddit.
Melvin Capital Management, a hedge fund that bet against GameStop, is shutting down.
Fake news is still a real problem, with a global reach.
In today's top stories, Mark Zuckerberg demos a new project that should make AI more helpful. Meanwhile, Google will no longer mandate COVID vaccines as a condition of employment in the US.
The Discover Tab will display content that Reddit users may like based partly on their activity on the platform.
The social media platform will start highlighting live audio chats at the top of the home feed so they're easier to find.
It's not a good month for those addicted to Reddit.
How a weird orange cat became a beacon of joy on Reddit.
In today's top stories, the social network site Reddit said it's going public. Meanwhile, social video app TikTok is making changes to its algorithm to show less problematic content.
The 16-year-old social networking site played a key role on the "meme stocks" frenzy earlier this year.
Take a look back at your time on Reddit in 2021.