Apr 19, 2017
Mark Zuckerberg wants to eliminate all screens from your life with special glasses.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/gzLTw
Augmented reality glasses will eliminate the need for screens.
At its annual developer conference in San Jose today, Facebook unveiled some of its latest tech projects, assuring investors that it’s catching up to competitors like Snapchat. Mark Zuckerberg himself took the stage to make painful jokes about Fast and Furious and opine on how Facebook wants to...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg describes Facebook's plans in augmented reality and virtual reality at the F8 Developer Conference
The Facebook founder laid out the tech the company is working on during his F8 keynote address.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants the company to own the future of virtual reality, and in the short term that means putting a lot of VR headsets on a lot..
The news: Mark Zuckerberg surprised a crowd of students Wednesday in Beijing with his ability to speak Mandarin. The Facebook founder and CEO opened up a question-and-answer session at the elite Tsinghua University by shyly saying, "Hello, everyone"…
From HIMSS #HIMSS16 Reflections: Engaging the New Healthcare Consumer by Jane Sarasohn Kahn The reality is that there continues to be a significant chasm between health care providers and patients when it comes to true sharing of data. Health Affairs special issue on the Patient Engagement Imperativ
World of Wonder — the media company that produces the reality show RuPaul’s Drag Race — responded on Friday to a question posed by Mary Cheney: Why is drag acceptable when blackface isn’t? Mary Cheney — the lesbian daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney — asked in a Facebook post this week...
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