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PUBG Mobile may actually launch in India as Battlegrounds Mobile India, the company teased on Facebook

The wait is almost over, PUBG Mobile India is gearing up to re-enter India after it was banned by the Indian Government over privacy concerns. However, the developer Krafton might relaunch it in the Indian market, but with a different naming scheme. As per the latest Facebook page, PUBG Mobile India could now be called Battlegrounds Mobile India. The fresh name has been revealed via Facebook page and other social media channels.

Since PUBG Mobile India was banned in India, there has been lots of rumours and leaks floating on the web about its launch details. However, the developer Krafton

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WIMI, Facebook and Tesla Contribute to New Growth Opportunities for Brain-Computer Interface and Hologram AR

HONG KONG, April 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tailor Insight, the fintech market research organization, recently released a research report “WIMI, Facebook and Tesla Contribute to New Growth Opportunities for Brain-Computer Interface and Hologram AR”. Sci-fi movies are full of futuristic presages, and as a fan, Ghost in the Shell is getting the most attention. The film in the animation scene is also full of industry conscience! However, the most impressive thing is that when watching the movie, people are constantly brushing up on all kinds of professional terms: brain-computer interface, virtual reality, invisibility, smart car, and so on. In

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Facebook reveals plan to let users control augmented reality with their thoughts | The Link

Facebook is researching how to take minute nerve movements in users’ arms and turn them into gesture controls for gadgets. The idea announced Thursday would help the social networking giant launch augmented reality (AR) glasses, which would rely on new ways to control computers and interact with the virtual world.

Picture this: Your home assistant asks if you’d like to play your favorite podcast, and a flick of your fingers in the air lets you select play. Or, you’re wearing AR glasses that display images over the real world, and you scroll through your text messages in midair while your

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Facebook reveals plan to let users control augmented reality with their thoughts

Facebook is researching how to take minute nerve movements in users’ arms and turn them into gesture controls for gadgets. The idea announced Thursday would help the social networking giant launch augmented reality (AR) glasses, which would rely on new ways to control computers and interact with the virtual world.

Picture this: Your home assistant asks if you’d like to play your favorite podcast, and a flick of your fingers in the air lets you select play. Or, you’re wearing AR glasses that display images over the real world, and you scroll through your text messages in midair while your

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Facebook reveals wristband idea for augmented reality

Picture this: Your home assistant asks if you’d like to play your favorite podcast, and a flick of your fingers in the air lets you click play. Or, you’re wearing AR glasses that display images over the real world, and you scroll through your text messages in midair while your smartphone stays in your pocket.

Those are the scenarios Facebook has in mind if it were ever to deploy a muscle-sensing wristlet.

“We’re developing natural, intuitive ways to interact with always-available AR glasses because we believe this will transform the way we connect with people near and far,” Facebook said

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The Technology 202: Facebook is still freezing all its political donations. Eventually, it may have to make a choice.

By contrast, in the wake of Jan. 6, Microsoft, Google and Amazon all eventually decided to suspend contributions just to members who voted against certifying the election results in favor of President Biden. Microsoft on Friday afternoon was the latest to announce such a policy, and it also said it would establish new Democracy Forward Initiative to support organizations that promote public transparency, campaign finance reform and voting rights. 

Facebook previously said it would continue this controversial pause until at least the end of the quarter as it reviews its processes. An indefinite suspension will likely prove untenable, as

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