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Facebook floating videos follow wherever you scroll

Videos keep playing as you scroll on Facebook, birthdays make their way to Twitter profiles, and Trekkie dreams come true with a working "Star Trek" communicator.

You love watching videos. You love scrolling. Now you can watch videos while you scroll on Facebook.

In this CNET Update report, learn about Facebook's newest video feature and an app that promises to track people that unfriend you. (So you can plot your vengeance for their digital betrayal?) Also in bad-social-media-ideas: Twitter adds birthdays to profiles.

But there is some good news in this edition of Update. Working Star Trek Communicators will soon beam into our galaxy:

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Facebook floating videos follow wherever you scroll