Facebook takes VR to Spaces, Samsung S8 reviews are out
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At the company's annual F8 conference, Facebook unveiled a beta VR platform called Spaces.
A virtual place where users can invite friends to chat.
VR isn't the only medium Facebook wants to tackle.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company is focused next on augmented reality.
Views of Samsung's Galaxy S8 are in and the consensus is mostly positive.
Critics praise the phone for its great camera, solid build quality, and smart design.
However, the device's finger print scanner is located in a confusing spot and the phone's assistant, Bigsby, is almost completely useless on arrival.
And finally, according to Bloomberg, Apple will likely debut three phones for sale at the company's fall event.
Rumors are pointing to a flagship phone with current glass and an OLED screen, along with the two updated versions of the current iPhone model.
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