Facebook has developed a new algorithm to reduce the amount of clickbait found on its platform. The algorithm takes into account headlines that "conceal information" as well as others that are "misleading". Previously algorithm changes have focused on how long users spend reading the articles. Click through to read the full article.
Snapchat this week launched a pair of glasses that allow you to record video in an 115 degree angle which better mimicks a humans vision. They start at $129.99 and whilst the CEO referred to them as a "toy to be worn at a barbeque", some people believe they could be the preferred way to playback snaps in future. Due to their spherical field of recording they could pave the way for augmented reality and virtual reality. Click through to read the full article.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May's new post Top gear show, finally has a release date. It will launch on November 18th on Amazon. It will see the trio host shows in their travelling tent around the world. It runs every Friday for twelve weeks after that. Let's see if it betters Chris Evans' Top Gear fiasco.
Paris Motor Show is the biggest motor show in the world, ahead of Tokyo and Frankfurt opens 1st October. Over 1.25 million people attended in 2014. There are several key high profile car launches planned, including BMW high profile concept car X2, Honda’s new generation Civic and all-new Nissan Micra supermini.
An AA survey claims that Britons make an average 200 fewer car journeys a year than 20 years ago. It claims that driving has become a utilitarian pursuit, never more than a means to an end. Click through to read the full article:
An RAC spokesperson has said that the company will take legal action against unaccredited garages that spuriously use the 'RAC accredited garage' logo to sell their services.
The M25 and M6 dominate the list. Click through to view where else to avoid: