Meta has introduced the Quest 3, its latest virtual reality headset, scheduled for shipment starting October 10th. With a price tag of $499, the Quest 3 presents an array of technical advancements, including a notable emphasis on “mixed reality” (MR) capabilities.
Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook, has unveiled an upgraded version of its wearable technology, the Ray-Ban Meta Smart Glasses, at the recent Connect launch event. This new iteration promises enhanced features and functionalities, building on the foundation set by its predecessor.
Meta, the parent company of Facebook, has rolled out an updated "identity system" for the social media giant, which includes a subtly redesigned logo. While at first glance the changes might appear minimal, a closer look reveals a darker shade of blue and a few modifications to the lowercase "f".
Meta is developing a brand-new AI system that is expected to be as powerful as ChatGPT or any of the advanced AI models by OpenAI, as per a recent report by Wall Street Journal.
Meta Platforms, the parent company of Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram, have globally released the official desktop version of their text-based social media platform, Threads. The announcement was confirmed by Adam Mosseri, Head of Instagram, in a Threads post.
Meta Platforms, the company behind Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, and Threads, has recently released Code Llama, an AI model that can write and generate computer codes.
Meta Platforms, the company behind Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram, is planning on releasing a desktop version of their newest text-based app Threads. Adam Mosseri, Head of Instagram, recently stated that Meta is close to releasing a web version of Threads.
Now on Facebook, users can view and write comments on Instagram Reels through Facebook without needing to switch between apps.
Shortly after the launch of Threads, it became apparent that Mark Zuckerberg's new Twitter competitor had opted for a .net domain instead of the customary .com. The reason behind this choice lies in the fact that the .com domain had already been claimed by another platform, also called Threads, led by one Rousseau Kazi, serving as its Co-Founder and CEO.