When Facebook announced that it would be selling its virtual reality platform for $1 billion, the news was met with excitement.
The virtual reality space is a very crowded one, and while Oculus Rift and HTC Vive are both well-established and well-liked, Facebook’s announcement was met by a lot of skepticism.
Facebook said the virtual reality market was worth $2.4 billion to $2,988 billion.
It’s a very big number, and if the company is successful, it’s going to be a very powerful player in the space.
We have to think about it.
Now, the company’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who is also its CEO, has responded to the news with a series of tweets on social media.
He says the company expects to raise a “significant” amount of money.
Zuckerberg has not answered questions from reporters about how much the company will need, or whether it will make its money back.
Facebook, like many of its competitors, has made a point of offering a very low cost VR headset, the Oculus Rift.
The company says it’s working with a variety of companies to get VR headsets to market, including Intel and Qualcomm.
The Oculus Rift is the only virtual reality headset that costs $300 or less, but the company says you’ll still be able to get a $400 Oculus Rift if you want to.
The VR headset is also very light, and because it’s a headset, it doesn’t require any batteries.
It uses a wireless transmitter that can track your head movements and send you signals to a receiver on your computer.
The receiver then transmits those signals to your computer and the headset, which has to be paired with a computer that’s compatible with VR.
The headset also uses an accelerometer to track movement.
This is a pretty important component in VR.
You’re able to track your movements, and it’s very accurate.
You don’t need a lot more power than the Oculus Touch controllers that you’ve used before.
This has also helped the company sell more headsets.
The Rift has a 10-hour battery life.
Zuckerberg also has not said when the company plans to launch a standalone virtual reality product.
He did say that the company would consider releasing a standalone VR headset for consumers, but that was a vague term.
The announcement also raised questions about the company having enough money to pay all the employees.
That is a big question mark for many of us in the virtual world, who work on the projects that bring the company revenue.
That’s the big question for many people, and the reason why we’re asking questions, because it can be hard to answer that question.
Zuckerberg’s tweet, in part, said that he expects the company to have to raise $1.3 billion.
The stock has gained over 80 percent in the last year.
We are still working on our final valuation of $1,3 billion, and that’s still a lot for a company of Facebook’s size.
Zuckerberg says that the $1bn price tag will come in line with the growth of the company.
Facebook is now looking to make its virtual environment more appealing to people who already use smartphones, tablets, and computers, but it also wants to be more inclusive.
Zuckerberg is saying that it wants to “make sure everyone gets a great experience in virtual reality.”
He also says that it’s possible that Facebook could sell virtual reality headsets for less than $300 to $400.
This could give it a much-needed competitive edge in the VR space.
Zuckerberg does not specify what type of headset he would like to see.
He also did not specify how much he thinks it will cost to build a standalone headset.
We’re still looking into the pricing.
But it’s not out of the question that the price tag could be a little lower.
If Facebook can make its VR headset affordable, it will have a strong position.
It is, after all, a company that is a leader in virtual worlds, which means it could be able sell a lot less expensive headsets.
Zuckerberg said that Facebook is looking at several different technologies to make virtual reality more attractive to users.
He mentioned virtual reality head-mounted displays, as well as augmented reality.
He said that Oculus Rift had made a big breakthrough with AR.
We’ve made great progress with AR in a lot the things we are working on with Oculus, and AR is very exciting.
Zuckerberg told reporters that he doesn’t know exactly when the standalone VR headsets will be available, but he did say it was possible they will be released soon.
Zuckerberg did not say when he would reveal these standalone headsets.
Facebook will also be releasing a mobile VR headset to compete with Samsung’s Gear VR.
There is also talk of a mobile headset that could compete with the Oculus Home, a VR system that is based on a home theater system that uses a combination of smartphones, game consoles, and other devices to stream video to the home theater.
That could give Facebook an edge in this space.
But Zuckerberg’s comments, while promising to build more powerful VR