Oculus Go, a new afordable VR headset for $199 is announced. While not the highest end headset, there are notable improvements and a few breakthroughs: no PC, phone, or wires needed.
After the Cambridge Analytica fiasco and mishandling of user data, Facebook gets into the online dating space, but will anyone use it and why would anyone care?
We dive deeper into the topic of “Marzipan,” the code-named cross-platform UI that supposedly would be announced at WWDC this June. It looks like it’s been delayed until 2019, or perhaps it just wasn’t ready?
Dark Patterns are tricks used in websites and apps that make you buy or sign up for things that you didn’t mean to. We explain why you should care and how it relates to Facebook.
We continue to unpack the results of the two-day congress hearing with Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, what this means for the future of consumer data, privacy, legislation, and beyond.