Thanks to VR, how we spend our evenings out could soon change dramatically.
Commentary: As the tragedy in New Zealand shows, livestreaming has become a nightmare.
The software giant doesn’t plan to sell its $3,500 augmented reality headset to you and me. Yet.
Facebook, Sony, Microsoft and many others have bought in on virtual reality. You likely haven’t, and it’s starting to show.
Commentary: The only way these companies can fix this mess is to be open and honest with all of us about what’s going on. Why is that so hard?
Facebook’s CEO defiantly refuses to let Russian propaganda, the Cambridge Analytica scandal or hate-spewing trolls ruin his creation. We’ll see how that turns out.
Facebook’s CEO was told testifying before Congress was a make-or-break moment. While he escaped unscathed, Congress still wants to act.
The creator of the world’s largest social network is testifying at two congressional hearings this week. The crux: Can we trust Facebook?
Oculus, the VR company that Mark Zuckerberg bought for more than $2 billion, has a problem: It’s struggling to convince people to buy its gear.
Commentary: The social network has changed the face of media and politics, but does it take harassment seriously enough? Let’s ask CEO Jack Dorsey — together.