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Welcome to Thursday. We touch on why deleting Facebook is hard for some of us, squeeze a sorry out of Mark Zuckerberg and test out the comfortable future of Oculus VR.
Many have been waiting for Facebook's leaders to speak up about the whole Cambridge Analytics debacle, and Mark Zuckerberg finally did. Following up on his Facebook post and rollout of some new rules and policy initiatives, the CEO appeared in a handful of interviews.
In the interviews, the first difference that jumps out is the presence of an actual apology for... something. Perhaps more interesting was Zuckerberg's response to a CNN question about whether or not Facebook should be regulated. Zuckerberg said, "I actually am not sure we shouldn't be regulated."
While you can Google around for a bunch of guides to delete your presence on Facebook, that's not actually the hard part. It's about that social disconnect.
Surprise! Facebook's VR arm brought its upcoming $200 headset to GDC, and we took it for a spin. The Oculus Go is lightweight and comfortable, and the games Jessica Conditt tried out make great use of its untethered nature.
Based on the video, it appears the victim had already walked across one lane on that side of the street with her bike but was in the shadows until the car reached her. Inside, the human safety driver looks down toward her lap and looks up just before the crash, appearing to be surprised. An Uber spokesperson said, "The video is disturbing and heartbreaking to watch, and our thoughts continue to be with Elaine's loved ones. Our cars remain grounded, and we're assisting local, state and federal authorities in any way we can."
Cultured meat, grown, is really weird. Whether cultured meat becomes a commercial reality this year or a decade down the road, it's likely on its way, so the new challenge is getting people to trust it and, ultimately, how to sell it to them.
"I think what we are seeing is now these AAA games from traditional PC and console developers going mobile, and they are among the most popular mobile games that exist," Epic Games co-founder Tim Sweeney says. Think Fortnite, Ark: Survival Evolved, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Rocket League. All of these games, and countless others, run on Unreal.
Samsung released pricing details on its 2018 QLED line. The smallest base model, Q6F, at 55 inches, retails for $1,500, while the flagship Q9F 75-inch model inches is $6,000.
But wait, there's more...
- AMD vows to fix newly-disclosed processor vulnerabilities
- GDC 2018: 'Below' is going to come out this year, seriously
- Best Buy has 'ceased ordering' Huawei smartphones
- How Facebook plans to colonize gaming
- A posture trainer works, if you want it to
- Kia's Niro Hybrid is a great SUV, if you're not in a hurry
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