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Hello bots, goodbye apps? Facebook cooks up chatbots, video drones, social VR

The social network wants you to chat with company bots in Messenger, broadcast Live video in new ways and get social in virtual reality. Bridget Carey breaks down the highlights from Facebook's 2016 F8 conference.
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