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Facebook Spaces Highlights F8 Conference

As I detailed last week, Facebook’s annual F8 conference would bring some news regarding its software and interface plans heading into the future. Facebook delivered. Highlighting the conference was the introduction of Facebook Spaces, a marriage between augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), video chat, and 360-degree camera technology. Combined with an Oculus Rift VR headset, Facebook is planning to create a…

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Tune-in to Facebook’s F8 Conference

Apple’s annual developer conference has turned into a must-see event; with new product and operating system announcements, it’s an occasion that draws attention from the tech-savvy and tech-neophyte alike. With Facebook’s 21st Century ubiquity, its annual event has become a similar spectacle—and you can stream it live today. F8 kicks off at 1:00pm EST, with rumors flying about new platform…

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Sky-high Incompetence

Filed under: PR disasters, customer service calamities, damage control. Yes, we’re talking about what everyone else is talking about: that awful video of a passenger being forcibly yanked off of a United flight in Chicago. I’ll preface this by saying that I really have no idea about the logistics or reasoning involved in overbooking flights—it seems absolutely arcane from my…

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Soda Superiority

Happy Opening Week, everybody! May your team start the first series of the 2017 Major League Baseball season off with a string of wins. May your team endure the grueling grind of the summer and achieve October greatness. May they not be mired in a never-ending rebuild while promoting a brand new ballpark that’s not even in the city where…

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Digital Town Halls

With social media playing a mega-sized role in the 2016 elections, it’s a seemingly hand-in-glove fit for Facebook to officially begin playing politics. Yesterday, Facebook unveiled its new “Town Hall” feature, and this should be good news for concerned citizens and drunken trolls alike. By entering your address [adjusts tinfoil hat] on your Facebook settings and opting-in to Town Hall,…

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Don’t Look Now: Apple to Introduce Smart Glasses

Don’t look now, but smart glasses seem like a possibility once more. Google Glass famously flamed out in 2015 after turning into more of a meme than useful hardware, effectively ending the company’s flirtation with wearable tech above the neck. Now, Apple has assumed the mantle of Silicon Valley Optometrist, and is actively working toward releasing its own version of…

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