At the recent F8 conference, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talked a big game about augmented reality -- and while Facebook might be catching up in this space, its new strategy of open developer tools could see it become a leader. The tools are available starting tomorrow. More »
A prevailing theory in the tech industry is that smartphones will one day be replaced by normal-looking glasses that display virtual information onto the real world. Leaders like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg believe the nascent technology, known as augmented reality, could eventually replace all screens, including TVs. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke publicly for the first time about the Cleveland murder video which stayed up on the social media platform for nearly two hours before being removed.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out his strategy for augmented reality on Tuesday, saying the social network will use smartphone cameras to overlay virtual items on the real world rather than waiting for AR glasses to be technically possible. People will be able to use their phones to play games virtually on coffee tables, overlay […]
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg extended his condolences to the family and friends of Robert Godwin Sr. during his F8 conference. In his speech, Zuckerberg addressed that Facebook and his team have a lot of work to do to prevent tragedies...Show More Summary
Speaking at the F8 developer conference earlier today, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg lightly detailed plans to roll out a phone-powered AR game platform before the close of 2017....
Hours after Snapchat debuted features for augmenting the world beyond silly filters for your face, Facebook did the same. Today at its annual F8 developers conference in San Jose, Calif., Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg outlined his vision for augmented reality, explaining that the phone camera should be the first AR device--rather than AR glasses like...
At the F8 conference today, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed this weekend’s shooting in Cleveland, which the suspected shooter filmed and posted on Facebook. The man later discussed the shooting during a Facebook Live broadcast, leading critics to accuse Facebook of not doing enough to censor violent content on the platform. Read More
Last October, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took the stage at Oculus Connect 3 and demoed a seemingly far-off app where friends could speak and interact in VR. Today, the first day of the annual Facebook Developers Conference, a nearly...Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday shared his vision of Facebook's future at the annual F8 developers conference. And people couldn't help but notice that the subtext of this vision seemed to be all about one thing: Facebook crushing...Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sees the future of augmented reality in your smartphone camera, and not just in special goggles.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed Steve Stephens' shocking murder video in the first few minutes of a keynote speech Tuesday.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had a lot of products to announce as he kicked off this year's F8, the conference for developers and other entrepreneurs who use Facebook in their products, but he first wanted to talk about relationships. "For the past decade, Facebook has focused on friends and family," Zuckerberg said. Show More Summary
If Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has his way, you'll never have to buy a gadget with a screen again. Instead, you'll be using a pair of augmented reality (AR) glasses or even contacts in the future in order to place digital content on...Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told developers today that he plans to make the camera “the first augmented reality platform.” At the company’s F8 conference he described efforts to harness object recognition technology and GPS to provide...Show More Summary
Speaking from Facebook's yearly developer conference in San Jose, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke about the video of a killing posted on Facebook April 16, saying "we have a lot more to do" on building community.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced to the world in a mere 6,000 words earlier this year that he was going to take understanding his country, and the factions within it, seriously. Now, we have the first real step in that direction. On...Show More Summary
"Holy shit," said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, as he rode in the passenger's seat of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s stock car on Tuesday at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
In Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s nearly 6,000-word manifesto published last month, he laid out a number of global ambitions he had for the social network in the days ahead – including one where its users became more “civically-engaged” and voted more often. Now, it seems Facebook has taken its first steps toward making that possible, through a new feature… Read More
Mark Zuckerberg hopped in a special No. 88 car Tuesday. (Getty) Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg got to experience what it’s like to zoom around Charlotte Motor Speedway on Tuesday. Zuckerberg visited Hendrick Motorsports and went for a ride in a two-seater No. Show More Summary