Yesterday, Zuckerberg waxed poetic about the future of global connectivity, and now day two of Facebook’s F8 developer conference is giving us more details. Two terrestrial based programs—no nifty drones needed—hope to technically leapfrog fiber with throughput speeds maxing out at a blazing 2.1Gbps.
Facebook spent most of its F8 developer keynote talking about the future of the company. Messenger, Oculus Rift, Zuck’s gray t-shirt, a Donald Trump reference—it was all there. But rather than forcing you to sit through an hour of “the power of global connection” overstatements, we did all the hard work for you, and…
Every year, Facebook gathers thousands of developers and business people to talk about the future of its company at a conference called F8. The event is typically used to host discussions about photos, video, sharing, and other products critical to the company’s bottom line. But this year, Facebook decided to try…
With Oculus Rift out in the wild, Facebook is giving us our first look at its design for a 360-degree video camera.
Mark Zuckerburg is getting ready to tell us all about the future of Facebook, which is likely filled with chatbots, and live video, and virtual reality. All the action starts at 1pm ET. Want to watch? You’ve come to the right place.
Facebook wants to be your everything, and the next step in its long and deliberate journey to subsume the entire world is here. Messenger, Facebook's separate (and now genuinely useful) messaging app, is growing up and you have every reason to be excited.
Facebook wants to be the "connective tissue" desperately needed by music fans and the music industry alike, so that, at long last, people would be able to share music with each other without friction - and without breaking the law.
If you thought yesterday's Facebook changes were dramatic, you'd better sit down before you see what's coming next. Today at F8, Mark Zuckerberg led off by showing off Timeline: it's the future of Facebook, and it's a tectonic shift.
Mark Zukerburg is getting ready to take the stage at Facebook's f8 Developers Conference in San Francisco. Live streaming of the event begins at 9:30am PST/12:30pm EST and you can watch it live here.
The LE46F84BD Samsung F8 LCD TV has two notable features. First is of course, the 1080p support. Second is its 100Hz support, which isn't quite 120Hz, but it's something. Whether that something is good, we don't know, but at least there's 3 HDMI ports, a 25,000:1 contrast ratio, and "superCLEAR" panel coating. [Samsung