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Updated on October 29, 2021 by healthlines
A new generation of social media services that brings real-time communication to AR, VR and other platforms, complete with varying degrees of embodied presence (in the future, we’ll all be avatars). Re-christening itself Meta Platforms Inc. The metaverse… Read More
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Updated on May 27, 2021 by healthlines
A sign that this grand experiment in telecommuting has done more than just make Zoom a part of our everyday lives and vocabulary. We take a look at how one year of working remotely has changed the workforce…. Read More