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Facebook’s Bosworth says now is best time to launch new portal devices

By Bloomberg
19 September 2019   |   10:47 am
Facebook Inc. has announced a new generation of portal devices and confirmed audio clips from them could be reviewed by Facebook if certain permissions are enabled. The company's Vice President for Augmented and Virtual Reality Andrew Bosworth speaks with Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs in San Francisco.

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