Oculus boss sues ZeniMax
Published in News


Owes him $22.5 million


While ZeniMax Media might have won a trademark dispute against Facebook-owned Oculus, it seems that the court battles are far from over.

Social media makes you lonely
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Hit the anti-depressives 

Social notworking sites like Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest are causing more people to feel alone.

Robot lawyer helps refugees
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DoNotPay has become the Internet’s Robin Hood


A chat bot that overturned 160,000 parking tickets is now giving free legal aid to asylum-seeking refugees through Facebook.

Oculus knocks $100 off its price
Published in Wearables


Gotta move this gear

Troubled virtual reality outfit Oculus has slashed $100 for the price of its gear.

US will demand foreigners hand over social networking passwords
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Visit our country and we will spy on you


The US government is promising to spy on the social media accounts of any foreigner who has the misfortune to have to visit Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump's country.

Facebook closes Oculus demo stations
Published in Wearables


No one interested


Facebook is closing around 200 of its 500 Oculus Rift virtual-reality demo stations at Best Buy locations across the US.

Barra was poached by Facebook
Published in Wearables


Try and make something happen with VR

The bloke credited with helping sorting out Xiaomi was poached by Facebook where it is hoped he can do something with Oculus.

Zuckerberg quizzed over Oculus tech
Published in Wearables


We didn’t steal it, honest


Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has denied an allegation by a rival company that the virtual reality technology of Facebook's Oculus unit was nicked by a former staff member.

Oculus nicked our ideas claims ZeniMax
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John Carmack misappropriated VR and destroyed evidence

The parent company of Bethesda Softworks and Id Software has told a court that John Carmack and others at Oculus stole trade secrets from their company and then destroyed evidence.

Facebook announces Live Audio broadcast feature
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Telling stories using words without video


Last December, Facebook introduced a mildly revolutionary, culture-changing feature called Live Video allowing users to broadcast their whereabouts in real-time from any place at any time, with the side of effect of having everyone on the network receiving pesky notifications.