T-Mobile's new spectrum, Facebook targets clickbait videos
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Reddit is slowing rolling out the ability for users to upload videos directly to the site instead of having to use links.
The site found success doing this with photos last year and thinks the user reaction for a video will be similar.
More than 200 sub Reddit sections are using the Beta version of the feature now.
T-Mobile's $8 billion purchase of a new low band spectrum back in April is now a lie.
It's all in an effort to chase Verizon's coverage map that should look close to identical come the end of the year, however more phones need to support the 600 megahertz frequency in question which T-Mobile says will see compatible devices soon.
And finally, in Facebook's continuing effort to eradicate spammers, the site has announced that two new updates put in place are aiming to do just that, with specific focus at clickbait videos.
Using machine learning, Facebook will be able to detect and delete videos that are meant to fool users into clicking
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