Facebook has closed the F8 Developers Conference this year to focus on Metavers

Meta, a company formerly known as Facebook, announced its decision to suspend the F8 Developers Conference on Wednesday, 2022, as it prepares for a new venture towards Metaverse. Instead, Meta will host its inaugural business messaging event called ‘Conversation’, which will be held on May 19.

Meta is taking a break from F8 this year as we prepare for a new venture designed for the next chapter of the Internet and the next chapter of our company: Creating Metavers, ‚ÄĚDiego Duarte Morera, developer and director of startup programs for Facebook, in a blog post Wrote.

He added, “Like the early stages of the web, creating Metavers will be a collaborative effort at every stage – with other companies, manufacturers and developers like you.”

Meta will host a Connect event later this year, where it is expected to announce and share the latest offerings from the company’s VR, AR and Metaverse platforms.

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg previously said that the company would invest about 10 10 billion (approximately Rs 74,963 crore) in Metaverse projects for 2021, with a reported revenue loss of $ 2.27 billion (approximately Rs 77,505.21 crore). Roughly Rs.17248.7085 crore).

Several other big technology companies are making progress for the same. Google I / O will be held on May 11 and May 12, with Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) scheduled for June 6 to 10, 2022.

Although both events will be held online, IFA 2022 is set to be a private event in early September this year.

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