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HONG KONG (China Daily/Asia News Network): Construction of the Hong Kong Palace Museum, a future cultural landmark of the city, will be completed in November, and the museum will open to the public in mid-2022.
City’s education system is outdated and government needs to change it, former financial secretary John Tsang says. Education technology should be adopted in Hong Kong, rather than just focusing on e-learning and STEM lessons, he adds.
Would you want to live in a Facebook-powered metaverse? If Facebook wasn’t called Facebook any more?
The social media giant is debating a new name as it moves into virtual reality
Facebook’s Zuckerberg lashes out at ‘coordinated effort’ by media to depict ‘false picture’ of company
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, sounding irritated about his company’s latest PR crisis, insisted that issues like misinformation and political polarisation are not “primarily about social media” – and he complained about a raft of critical articles published in recent days based on internal documents leaked by ex-employees.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc said on Monday it will start publishing the financial results of its augmented and virtual reality labs as a separate unit, where it is investing billions in its ambitions to build the "metaverse" and as it reported that its main advertising business faces "significant uncertainty."
From an ethical point of view, Facebook ought to focus on more urgent issues, like cleaning up the swathe of medical and political misinformation on its sites, rather than building a new platform destined to host similar harms.
A former Apple executive that helped develop the iPod and iPhone weighs in on tech trends, saying Apple is likely to push into a new hardware category, though the metaverse isn't it.
The announcement comes as Facebook grapples with the fallout of a damaging scandal, major outages of its services, and rising calls for regulation to curb its vast influence.
(Reuters) - Renaming Facebook Inc is unlikely to enable the tech giant to distance itself from regulatory and public scrutiny around the potential harms caused by its social media apps, marketing and branding experts told Reuters.
LONDON (Reuters) - Facebook Inc, under fire from regulators and lawmakers over its business practices, is planning to rebrand itself https://www.reuters.com/technology/facebook-plans-change-its-name-verge-2021-10-20 with a new name that focuses on the metaverse, the Verge reported on Tuesday.