Facebook is testing a smaller, less invasive version of the “Trending Articles” insert that began appearing in some users’ Newsfeeds earlier this month. Now, instead of displaying a vertical block of stories — between three and six, from the screenshots we saw before — users see just one headline, accompanied by a thumbnail, source, introductory text and the name(s) of the friend(s) who have already read it. Read the full story at Mashable.
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