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Facebook building next-gen cameras, AR devices, drones: Report

BGR India Monday, 20 March 2017
In a fresh bid to take on rivals like Apple, Google and Snap, Facebook is reportedly foraying into consumer hardware products that may involve next-gen cameras, augmented reality (AR) devices, drones and even a brain scanning technology. At its “Building 8″ facility, the company is working on at least four unannounced consumer hardware products, Business Insider reported on Monday. The hardware group is expected to play a key role in Facebook’s developer conference in April. Facebook is yet to confirm this but according to the report, the company is set to take a big step toward becoming a multi-product hardware company. “Building 8 will include a big retail push complete with warehouse operations, different retail experiences, and a ‘global contact
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