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CUPERTINO, CA—Ending weeks of anticipation and intense speculation, tech giant Apple unveiled a short and fleeting moment of excitement to the general public Tuesday during a media event at its corporate headquarters.

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HUNTSVILLE, AL—Aiming to provide attendees with an authentic glimpse into the nation’s space program, representatives for the U.S. Space & Rocket Center announced Thursday that its newly updated Space Camp will allow children to simulate the anger and mounting frustration experienced by NASA personnel over a continual lack of funding.

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Facebook Spends $2 Billion On Virtual Reality Company

CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced yesterday that Facebook has agreed to pay $2 billion for Oculus VR, a small startup company that makes virtual reality headsets, which could possibly allow Facebook users to see their friends in a 3D environment. What do you think?

  • “I was just thinking about how I could get a little more Facebook in my life.”

    Ryan Varnson
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  • “Aw, man. I was gonna buy Oculus VR.”

    Chris Middleton
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  • “That Mark Zuckerberg really seems to be into technology.”

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