Twitter deletes inactive accounts, Facebook buys top VR studio
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If you're not an active Twitter user, you may want to log in by December 11th or else you might lose your account.
The social media company has sagittal start removing accounts for users who haven't signed in for more than six months.
Twitter is making the move to promote more accurate and credible information By ensuring people log in and use their accounts.
before you panic over your account being deleted, rest assured that Twitter is reaching out to users to inform them and suggest they log in ahead of hitting the delete button.
Facebook has acquired Beat Games, a VR studio it will be bringing into the Oculus fold.
Beat saber is the top selling VR game on valve Steam Store, with players slicing through bricks to the beat of the song.
The Game Studio will continue to be independently operated and beat Sabre content and updates will continue but with additional support from the social media giant.
If you happen to drive by a Russian farm and spot a bunch of dairy cows wearing VR glasses, then know they are not playing tetrix effect.
They are watching serene pasture scenes that researchers hope will keep them calm so they produce more milk.
On a farm near Moscow, farmer are trying out new prototype VR glasses that have been altered to be worn comfortably by cows.
The emotional state of cattle plays an important role in dairy production.
So if this trial is successful, expect caviar to come to a field near you soon.
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