Facebook combat's fake health stories, Samsung confirms next Unpacked event
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Facebook says it plans to updates to reduce the amount of fake health news stories that are shared on the platform.
Misleading health content has shown to become an issue through spammy sensational posts.
Stories that claim to hold the cure to a disease, or release a secret doctors don't want you to know about, run rampant.
In fact YouTube has also experience similar issues with fake health news, until the Walk Street Journal recently it plans to [UNKNOWN] as well.
NVIDIA use versions, the company relative new line of [UNKNOWN] 20 series GPU graphic cards.
The new versions promise improved performance for the same amount of money.
They'll be able to find the Super 2060 and 2070 next week, while the Super 2080 will ship closer to the end of the month
And finally Samsung has confirmed that its next unpacked event will be August 7 in New York City to announce its plans for the Galaxy Note 10.
There are still a handful of rumors swirling about changes to the note 10 design, including one about a camera embedded right into the phone stylist.
Either way CNET will be there covering the event live and you can stay up to date with the latest visiting CNET.
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