Facebook changes name to Meta

Facebook changes name to Meta

Facebook’s name has been changed to “Meta.” In a statement released on Thursday, October 28, Mark Zuckerberg, the company’s founder and CEO, announced the name change.

According to him, the company’s attempts to rebrand its future operations would be reflected in the name change. “I’m delighted to disclose that our company is now Meta,” Zuckerberg added, “to represent who we are and the future we aim to build.” He went on to say: “Our mission hasn’t changed: we’re still trying to bring people together.

Our apps, like their names, aren’t changing. We are still the firm that creates technology with humans in mind.” However, all of our goods, including applications, now share a common goal: to help people.to help bring the metaverse to life. And now we have a name that reflects the breadth of what we do.

“From now on, we will be metaverse-first, not Facebook-first. That means that over time you won’t need a Facebook account to use our other services. As our new brand starts showing up in our products, I hope people around the world come to know the Meta brand and the future we stand for.

” Facebook’s rebrand follows as the social media giant continues to work towards building its futuristic “metaverse”, a virtual-reality space in which users interact with a computer-generated environment and other users. In his statement, Zuckerberg added:

“When I started Facebook, we mostly typed text on websites. When we got phones with cameras, the internet became more visual and mobile. “As connections got faster, the video became a richer way to share experiences.

We’ve gone from desktop to web to mobile; from text to photos to video. But this isn’t the end of the line.

“The next platform will be even more immersive — an embodied internet where you’re in the experience, not just looking at it.

We call this the metaverse, and it will touch every product we build.” On the defining features of the virtual reality space, Zuckerberg also said users will be able to connect with friends and family, work, learn, play, shop, and create in a manner distinct from how people think about computers presently.

“In this future, you will be able to teleport instantly as a hologram to be at the office without a commute, at a concert with friends, or in your parents’ living room to catch up”  he said. “This will open up more opportunities no matter where you live. You’ll be able to spend more time on what matters to you, cut downtime in traffic, and reduce your carbon footprint.

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