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Zuckerberg: Peloton-Like Workouts, Meetings Could Be In VR's Future

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he thinks virtual reality (VR) fitness subscriptions, similar to the style of Peloton, are coming in the future, CNBC reported. “Think about it like Peloton, where you have a subscription, but instead the device is VR and you put on your headset, and you’re in this amazing environment, and you’re doing a boxing class with an instructor, or a dance class,” he said, speaking at French tech conference VivaTech Thursday (June 17), according to CNBC. “It’s quickly expanding beyond games into a bunch of other use cases, and we think that this is eventually going to be a big part of the next major computing platform after phones and after PCs.”

Zuckerberg Has High Hopes for the Future of VR

Yesterday at the French tech conference VivaTech, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talked about virtual reality technology the way your mom talks about the duck you drew in 1st grade. He predicted VR would expand beyond gaming into areas like business meetings and fitness. "Think about it like Peloton, where you...

Air Link Is Coming To Quest 1, Zuckerberg Teases v30 Multitasking

A new post from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg teases features coming to the new Quest software update, v30, including expanded Infinite Office multitasking features and Air Link support for the original Oculus Quest. “New v30 update coming to Quest soon that’ll extend infinite office and make it easier to multitask...

Roger Waters says he denied Zuckerberg's request to use a Pink Floyd track in an ad

If you ever needed more proof that Mark Zuckerberg is totally the kind of guy that wears a band T-shirt without actually listening to their music, take a new allegation from Roger Waters: While speaking at a benefit late last week for jailed Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange (more on that below), the co-founder of Pink Floyd revealed he recently received a request from Facebook to license “Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2)” for advertising.
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Facebook's Zuckerberg lets more employees work remotely

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is giving more of his employees the option of working from home, the San Francisco Chronicle reported on Sunday. Facebook said in a memo to employees obtained by the Chronicle that “anyone whose role can be done remotely can request remote work.”. Zuckerberg said in a...
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Donald Trump says he should have banned Facebook in US, but didn’t because ‘Zuckerberg kept calling me’

Donald Trump has said that he should have banned Facebook while he was president, but did not because “Zuckerberg kept calling me”.The statement was made following Nigeria’s indefinite ban of Twitter, claiming that the site was “undermining Nigeria’s corporate existence” after deleting a post from the country’s president. Twitter said the suspension was “deeply concerning” and was investigating.Mr Trump, who is banned from both Twitter and Facebook, said that other countries should follow its example.“Congratulations to the country of Nigeria, who just banned Twitter because they banned their President. More COUNTRIES should ban Twitter and Facebook for not allowing free...