Facebook's F8 conference, Amazon tests kids book delivery service
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Facebook held its annual F8 and announced a slew of new ideas, programs, and initiatives from across the company's sprawling array of services and products.
Most notably, Facebook will be building a clear history feature that aims to offer more transparency for users.
And allow them to wipe away their stored tracking data.
Also discussed at F8 were new AR effects on Instagram and new applications for the company's oculus VR platform.
And speaking of oculus, reviews are in on the oculus go, the brand's most affordable VR product yet.
Impressively the goal is self contained and requires no pc or phone.
It offers hundreds of apps and solid screens, all for $200.
The battery life is only 2 hours though, but it's an overall compelling package.
You can read the full review on CNet.
And finally Amazon has announced the new Prime delivery service called the Prime Book Box.
It's a subscription service that delivers a curated selection of books for kids up to 12 years old.
It's currently an invite only program and costs $23 for each box.
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