With all the positive news that came out of Facebook's earnings call, the social networking giant has hit the zone.
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Twitter is a company doing really cool things, but it continues to disappoint investors.
Facebook may be developing a stand-alone camera app, but industry analysts say it's likely too late for the company to displace Snapchat, the highly popular photo-messaging app.
Longer-term projects like driverless cars, wearables and connectivity balloons carry hefty tab; the very-profitable company makes its money from Android, search and other 'core' tech.
Analysts expect Intel to increase its investment in private cloud tech -- areas in which it already has strength.
The conference's change of location has had many speculating on why Google would switch to an outdoor site. Could the company be preparing to show off its autonomous cars or robotics?
Robots may not be coming for your job, but they are expected to move into the workforce over the next 10 to 20 years.
YouTube announced today that it is launching live streaming of 360-degree videos.
Facebook announced last week that businesses will be able to use chatbots in its popular Messenger app. Two companies, The Muppets Studio and theScore, have high hopes for chatbots in interacting with fans.
Facebook says chatbots will change the way businesses communicate with their customers, but will businesses want to put their user communications in the hands of artificial intelligence?
In the next decade, Facebook will continue to focus on connecting people around the world, and it will do so by using artificial intelligence, virtual reality and chatbots.
“Instead of building walls, we can build bridges," Mark Zuckerberg said at today's F8 conference. "And instead of dividing people, we can pull people together."
The idea is to use AI to simulate human conversation to do things like help customers or to book a last-minute table at a restaurant, among other things.
In the past few weeks, North Carolina and Mississippi have adopted laws enabling businesses to discriminate against gays and transgender people by those who say serving them would infringe on their religious beliefs. Some large tech companies have condemned the laws.
Facebook announced new features for Facebook Live to make it easier for mobile users to create, find and share live videos.
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