At Facebook's F8 developer Conference, Mark Zuckerberg and team announced their new focus on augmented reality, hanging out in virtual reality, Messenger bots, millimeter wave radio internet, VR cameras, AR glasses, typing with your mind, and hearing with your skin. Ajit Pai has trouble rolling back net neutrality. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is coming this week. Amazon gives away the Echo's microphone tech. Google Earth's latest upgrade is amazing.
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- Mark Zuckerberg promises to make the camera ‘the first augmented reality platform’
- Facebook’s bold and bizarre VR hangout app is now available for the Oculus Rift
- Why Facebook Keeps Beating Every Rival: It’s the Network, of Course
- Facebook's Building 8 Envisions Using Brain Waves to Type Words
- Facebook says it’s working to let you ‘hear with your skin’
- Facebook Unveils Two New VR Cameras With ‘Six Degrees of Freedom’
- Cleveland murder suspect Steve Stephens kills himself after pursuit
- Facebook’s millimeter-wave radio tech hits new bandwidth records
- Facebook is developing a helicopter to deliver internet access in emergencies
- Facebook’s ideas for futuristic AI-powered glasses, in a handy list
- FACEBOOK AND THE COST OF MONOPOLY
- New Paper: Competition – Rethinking the Regulatory Framework
- Facebook’s News Literacy Advice Is Harmful to News Literacy
- Trustbusting in the internet age
- The FBI Says It Can Finally Find Hackers Who Don’t Smoke Weed
- GOP rep. on ISP privacy rules: 'Nobody's got to use the internet'
- Google Assistant’s speech recognition API is now open to all developers
- If Ajit Pai moves too fast to roll back net neutrality, he risks a tough court fight; if he goes too slowly, protests could grow
- SAMSUNG GALAXY S8 REVIEW: AHEAD OF THE CURVE
- Samsung is blocking users from customizing the Galaxy S8's Bixby button
- Amazon Makes the High-Performance 7-Mic Voice Processing Technology from Amazon Echo Available to Third-Party Device Makers
- Google Earth
- Fist Bumper