Unriddled: New Ads on Facebook (This Time in AR), YouTube's Fight Against Fake News, and More Tech News You Need

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Welcome one, welcome all to another Wednesday: the day that marks the halfway point -- almost -- to the weekend.

As the summer continues to progress and the days are hot and sunny, we know there isn't a ton of time to spend on pouring over news. So, in keeping with tradition -- we'll keep this week's "Unriddled" quick.

It's our Wednesday tech news roundup, and we're breaking it down.

Unriddled: The Tech News You Need

1. Facebook Is Testing Ads in AR

Wouldn't it be nice if -- upon seeing a picture of an outfit, accessory, or pair of shoes you like online -- you could see what it might look like on you, without having to try it on? Now, Facebook is testing ads that allow users to do just that.

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Source:& TechCrunch

At F8, the company's annual developer conference, both augmented and virtual reality (AR and VR) took center stage, with Facebook promoting its various products and features within both. That'll soon be extended to ad partnerships with a handful of brands -- including Michael Kors and Sephora, for example -- that allow users to "try on" different products through AR. Anthony Ha of& TechCrunch&

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