Web 2.0, Social media, Google, United States, Dustin Moskovitz, Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook is killing Oculus accounts, starting in October

On Aug 18, 2020
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Facebook is killing Oculus accounts, starting in October https://t.co/2teIgYyygv by @horwitz
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New Oculus device users will need Facebook accounts, while existing device users can keep their Oculus accounts for two years before they stop working.

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On Aug 18, 2020
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Facebook is killing Oculus accounts, starting in October https://t.co/2teIgYyygv by @horwitz
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Facebook is killing Oculus accounts, starting in October

Facebook is killing Oculus accounts, starting in October

New Oculus device users will need Facebook accounts, while existing device users can keep their Oculus accounts for two years before they stop working.

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