The first day of Facebook’s annual developer conference, F8 had a couple of announcements including the availability of Oculus Go, AR and improvements to Facebook itself and more.
Oculus has announced that their upcoming Oculus Go headset will be manufacturer by Xiaomi as part of a partnership.
Oculus made a few announcements at their developer conference, Oculus Connect including their first standalone headset, Oculus Go, updates to their Santa Cruz prototype and more.
There’s no doubt that the future is all about AI (artificial intelligence) and machine learning. Every tech company from Google, Amazon to even Facebook is getting on the AI trend.
Facebook first launched their AI assistant called M to users in the US back in April, now it’s expanding it to users in Canada, Australia, South Africa and the UK.
Today’s F8 keynote was focused more on AI, connectivity and a bit more VR and AR stuff.
In case you missed the Day Two keynote of F8 2017, here it is:
The first day of Facebook’s annual developer conference, F8, had a few announcements which were about augmented reality, VR, Messenger bots and more.
And in case you missed the Day One keynote, here it is:
Just days after Google had announced that live-location tracking was coming to Google Maps, Facebook has announced that a similar feature is rolling out to Messenger.
A jury has awarded a combined total of $500 million in damages to ZeniMax Media.
While the jury for the case said that Oculus did not misappropriate trade secrets from ZeniMax, they did say that Oculus co-founder, Palmer Luckey was in violation of a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) that he signed with the company back in 2012.
Just days after Hugo Barra announced that he was leaving Xiaomi after almost four years, we now know where Barra is headed next.
In a Facebook post, Mark Zuckerberg announced that Hugo Barra would be joining Facebook to help lead their virtual reality efforts, including the Oculus team.
It has been four years since Google first introduced their own social network, Google+. When it first launched, it was invite-only (I was one of the lucky ones who got to be apart of the invite-only beta) then it eventually became necessary to have a Google+ account if you used any of Google’s services.