Facebook vs Snap: The Social Media Players Battling on This Technology - Profit Confidential

Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) has done it again! On the first day of F8—the company's annual developer conference—Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg launched a new augmented reality platform and the company announced new products, which clearly ...

Facebook ups AR/VR game - Advanced Television

Mark Zuckerberg has revealed Facebook's new Camera Effects Platform to a developer event in California, designed to give developers the power to build AR tools. He described the previous rollout of camera functionality across all of Facebook's apps as ...

Mark Zuckerberg Bets Big On AR, Wants Facebook To Beat Apple & Google In Next Wave Of Tech Disruptions - Indiatimes.com

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is not happy with just being at the helm of a global social media giant. Instead, he wants to dig into other technology applications as well, especially augmented reality. Images courtesy: Facebook. At the company's F8 ...

Everything You Need to Know About Facebook's Latest Announcements - Fortune

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Tuesday that the social networking giant is debuting a new platform—essentially a suite of developer tools—that coders can use to build augmented reality apps on top of Facebook's core service. Unlike companies such ...

Axios Login - Axios

If you were waiting to see a photo of me as a mouse eating a cupcake, boy are you are in luck. Facebook's augmented reality play was the biggest move at F8. Kia Kokalitcheva/Axios. There was naturally a ton of stuff announced as Facebook kicked off its ...

Facebook F8, day 2: Watch live here at 10 a.m. PT - CNET

The first day of Facebook's F8 developer conference was all about the social giant's augmented reality and virtual reality future. But CEO Mark Zuckerberg teased a few of the items the company will be focusing on during the the second day of the two ...

Facebook is working on a brain-computer interface that will let you communicate using only your mind - Mirror.co.uk

Facebook is working on a brain-computer interface that will let people communicate using only their minds. Speaking Facebook's annual F8 developer conference, founder Mark Zuckerberg said the technology was an extension of the company's work in the ...