Improved privacy tools, a full-on dating service, new features for WhatsApp and Instagram, and a new sub-$200 Oculus Go VR headset were just some of the new initiatives that Mark Zuckerberg and his team shared on stage during the first day of Facebook's F8 developers conference.
Now comes the second and final day of the big developer gathering in San Jose. You can watch it live right here, or at F8.com:
Here's the news from Day 2 so far:
Zuckerberg doubles down on Facebook's fights: The CEO argues that Facebook is still good for the world.
F8 2018, day 1: Everything Facebook just announced: Oculus Go, Clear History, a new dating service and more.