Check out today's roundup of our five favorite tech news items from this week. From Facebook to Vimeo, seemed everyone had something new to share with the world.
- You may have heard about Facebook's upcoming additions to the "Like" button. Though there was speculation as to a new "Dislike" feature, it turns out Facebook is now testing what it calls "Reactions" -- a set of emojis that allows for a range of emotions beyond a simple Like.
- Given the direction mobile has been going, Google made the not-so-surprising announcement that mobile web searches exceeded desktop searches for the first time.
- Vimeo is making more moves into the original content space with a load of new content for their Vimeo Originals.
- If you use Twitter regularly, you may have noticed a new tab appear on your profile this week. "Moments" is Twitter's newest addition described as "the best of what's happening on Twitter in an instant." You be the judge.
- And in the race to get a URL to match the formation of Alphabet (announced a few months back), Google has gone full alphabet with a domain you have to see to believe.
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