Bouwsteen TECHNOLOGIE: "Mark Zuckerberg just signed the death warrant for the smartphone"

Bouwsteen TECHNOLOGIE: "Mark Zuckerberg just signed the death warrant for the smartphone"

It’s no secret Mark Zuckerberg is pinning Facebook’s prospects on augmented reality – technology that overlays digital imagery onto the real world, like Snapchat’s signature camera filters.
At this year’s F8 conference, taking place this week, Zuckerberg doubled down on the company’s ambitious 10-year master plan, which was first revealed in 2016. According to this timeline, Facebook expects to turn artificial intelligence, ubiquitous internet connectivity, and virtual and augmented reality into viable parts of its business over the next decade.
Why buy a TV?
Zuckerberg tipped his hand, just a bit, during Tuesday’s Facebook F8 keynote. During a demo of the company’s vision for augmented reality – in the form of a pair of easy-to-wear, standard-looking glasses – he showed how you could have a virtual “screen” sitting in your living room, bigger than your biggest TV.
“We don’t need a physical TV. We can buy a $1 app ‘TV’ and put it on the wall and watch it,” Zuckerberg told USA Today ahead of his keynote. “It’s actually pretty amazing when you think about how much of the physical stuff we have doesn’t need to be physical.”

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