Facebook has a news problem and Snapchat Spectacles go on sale (sort of)
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It's no secret that Facebook has struggled with its news algorithm in the past, and in the wake of new criticism that Facebook's faulty algorithm has increased circulation of misleading or flat-out fake news stories, the company is now doubling down on improving ways to eliminate misinformation.
And although Facebook does not consider itself a news site, a recent peer research report found that sixty-two percent of adults get their news from social media.
You won't be buying Snapchat's spectacles online or in stores just yet.
Instead they're currently only through traveling vending machines called a Snapbot.
And right now, there appears to be only one.
You can track the Snapbot using a map on the spectacle's website.
Of course, this is only likely to be temporary, but for now, coming across a pair of these will be based more on look than anything else.
Finally, the Google Daydream Headset reviews are in Critics seem to have a mostly positive reception to the VR headset, with many praising its ease of use and the solid included controller.
However, the fact it only works with Pixel phones and currently suffers from limited app support, will keep many from recommending a purchase for now.
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