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Redesigned Skype App In The Works

Microsoft has now officially announced Skype Preview, which comes with four new features, including in-call & in-chat reactions, integrated camera and a find panel. Only users that are part of the Skype Insiders program can test the new app, and it is available for Android and

YouTube Has Auto-Captioned A Billion Videos

YouTube's automatic captions are now available on over a billion videos. The feature is far from perfect, but it does make a lot of content more accessible to those with hearing impairments. Google announced the milestone on Thursday. Captions were first added in 2006.

Reddit Updates, Renames Public Front Page

Reddit has adjusted its front page for non-users to make the site more inviting. Instead of being presented with r/all, visitors are going to see r/popular, which pulls in content from a larger array of sources. Subreddits filtered out of r/all and NSFW content are absent.

Facebook Adds Job Posting, Application Feature

Pages on Facebook can now put up job postings and accept applications from users. The feature has appeared in the US and Canada, enabling businesses to post job postings as easily as they would a "photo or a cat video," says Facebook executive Andrew Bosworth.

YouTube Kids Adding Four Original Shows

YouTube is bringing original series to its YouTube Kids app, which provides a curated selection of content for young viewers. Under the company's YouTube Red subscription will be four original shows created specifically for children. This is the first investment in kids content.