Activision Blizzard, Inc. (ATVI) Shares Bought by Commerzbank Aktiengesellschaft FI
Monster Hunter World trailer reveals new pet at PSX 2017
Google Looking to Add Multi-Touch to Next-Gen Google Home Hardware
Amazon Echo and Music Unlimited coming to 28 new markets
Zuckerberg promotes VR with footage of disaster-stricken Puerto Rico
10 October 2017, 09:10 | Jodi Jackson
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg takes a 360-degree video tour of the hurricane devastation in Puerto Rico. Facebook
From inside Facebook's Frank Gehry-designed headquarters in Menlo Park, California, the two chose to "check out this interesting 360 video", as Zuckerberg described it, of the devastation in Puerto Rico. "The terrible taste of this demo shows how far out of his depth Zuckerberg is running Facebook", one Twitter user said.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is in the firing line over a freakish livestream demo of the company's virtual reality (VR) products in which a cartoon version of the billionaire "visited" hurricane-hit Puerto Rico.
The video begins with Zuckerberg's and Franklin's avatars at Facebook's campus in Menlo Park, California, according to The Guardian. Moreover, it will help people determine their location and density in those places.
Zuckerberg also noted that Facebook had already donated more than $1m (£758,000) to relief efforts on the island, and had deployed several employees to the scene to help restore connectivity and support communications.
The livestream briefly dropped due to a technical glitch before they started over again on the virtual lunar surface. "You can get a sense of some of the damage here that the hurricanes have done, and one of the things that's really magical about virtual reality is you can get the feeling that you're really in a place".
"Rachel and I aren't even in the same building in the physical world, but it feels like we're in the same place and can make eye contact", he added before he and Rachel high-fived above floodwaters and dismantled houses.
"This street is really flooded", added Zuckerberg. Franklin responded by saying it was "crazy to feel like you're in the middle of it".
Next, the duo made a decision to "teleport" back to California to promote Facebook's upcoming Oculus Connect developer conference by showing off a 360-degree video from last year's event. Further, stressing the importance of the Internet, he said that relief workers should be able to coordinate to find out the spot where people are looking for help. Some other spots they "teleported" to included the surface of the moon and next to Zuckerberg's dog, Beast.
Assassin's Creed Origins reveals paid and free DLC plans
A regular Trials of the Gods live event will see you take on Egyptian deities via a good ol' "glitch in the Animus". The game's loot boxes will contain in-game items that will aid players on their journey throughout the game.
Bigg Boss Contestant Filed Complaint Against Host
But now, looks like Zubair is really going to land up on the wrong side of our Bhaijaan after the statements he has made recently. But, the Bigg Boss Reality Show authorities didn't reveal any such remunerations regarding the contestants of Bigg Boss 11 .
#WorldMentalHealthDay: Twitter erupts with support for employees
Through powerful words and actions, we can shift the social and systemic barriers for those living with mental health conditions. Onfido told Business Insider it had 87 employees attending Sanctus mental health sessions, more than half its total staff count.
Saudi Arabia, India 'can unlock huge growth opportunities'
Amin H Al-Nasser at CERAWeek petroleum summit said, "India has all the signs of a prosperous economy that is on the move. Saudi Aramco through its subsidiary ARAMCO Asia India (AAI) established its formal business presence in India in 2016.