Amazon's environmental initiative, a retina-quality VR headset
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Amazon is planning to cut it's shipments carbon footprint in half by 2030.
The goal set focuses on the impact of the company's massive amount of shipping ha son the environment.
Details of the shipment zero initiative will be disclosed later in the year and will be based off data collected.
A new professional grade VR headset is hitting the market from startup, Varjo.
The VR-1 will go for $6,000, but it essentially has reached the human vision threshold, the retina display that makes for the clearest image we've ever seen in VR.
It does this by using a mixture of eye tracking and multiple displays.
You can read more about the VR1 at CNET.
Finally, Google is shedding more light on how difficult it continues to be to fight fake news across all of its platforms.
Including Search, Views, and YouTube, the company faces more of a growing threat.
As deep fakes and other synthetic media, which is content made by AI, become more prolific.
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