21 Mar 2017 01:16 AM EST
Facebook is known as the world's largest social network, but it is no stranger to hardware. Facebook owns the Oculus virtual reality platform, but has always partnered with or purchased a hardware company to get its name alongside physical consumer tech. According to Business Insider sources, the work of Facebook's hardware-focused Building 8 team are going to be presented next month at Facebook's F8 conference. The Building 8 team lead Regina Dugan, has posted online about "hardware advances" that could allow people to connect when not physically in the same room.
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