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Facebook has more problems then just it's newsfeed.
The company is now admitting, it had inflated it's video viewing stats for years it appears.
It has also discovered more flaws in the data that gets disclosed to advertisers and businesses.
Facebook has promised to fix the issue in the coming months.
Google Earth can now be used along with the HTC Vive, bringing the interactive map of the planet to the world of virtual reality.
And if you've ever been impressed with how good satellite footage can look in Google Maps, get ready to experience it in VR.
It's still early for Earth VR, but expect to see search and support for more platforms.
Since finally, twitter has decided to join QR Code party about five years to late.
Starting now, each member would have access to a unique code to the mobile version of service of the service, allowing anyone to view your profile or follow you.
Snapchat has found some success using their own version of the.
So we won't pass judgement on Twitter's foray just yet.
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