Facebook may be the biggest social network in the world, but it is still very interested in hardware. Facebook owns Oculus, famous for its Oculus Rift virtual reality helmet, but is also interested in partnering with hardware manufacturers.
According to sources from the Business Insider, the Building 8 team, set up last year for R & D, focused on hardware work, would present new projects in April next year at the Facebook F8 conference. The Building 8 team led by Regina Dugan released a statement about significant hardware advancements around three key technologies: connectivity, artificial intelligence, and virtual / augmented reality.
These advances are described as connecting and connecting people who are not physically present in the same room.