Facebook’s ‘virtual reality’ plan is a boon for ‘digital natives’

By David J. Phillip, The Associated Press The Facebook website is designed to make it easier for people to buy, buy, and buy again.

But it’s also an important digital native to people who grew up in the digital era.

For some, it’s their first introduction to the internet, and for others, it was a crucial piece of the puzzle.

In the past, the sites had a very different focus.

Now they’re working to bring them together.

The Facebook page for the United States and Canada is up to 70 percent more popular than it was before Facebook’s IPO in 2014.

In February, the site ranked first among U.S. social media sites on mobile app downloads and third among mobile sites for the U.K. In China, the number of pages has more than doubled.

And Facebook is expanding the number and types of pages it provides.

It’s a strategy that’s working for some.

Facebook is bringing more than 200 million pages to China.

The social media giant says the new site will have more than 400 million pages worldwide.

In India, it has about 8.4 million.

The company says it’s the first time that a major tech company has launched a mobile platform in India.

“We want to provide people with a digital experience that feels like the real world,” Facebook said in a statement announcing the launch.

“This is a great opportunity for India, for the millions of people who will visit our pages daily, to get connected with the people and companies of the world.”

The U.N. has called on Facebook to do more to improve its digital presence in India, citing “the huge amount of people, money and media that are on its platform.”

In February 2016, Facebook said it would start selling in India a Facebook.in app that would give users access to a shopping cart that they can buy products from Amazon, Alibaba and Walmart in a matter of minutes.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said at the time that the app would “offer a richer experience for our users in India.”

Facebook’s India mobile app is not the only platform for shopping that’s been rolled out in India in recent months.

In July, the company announced a partnership with India’s largest mobile operator, Airtel, to offer free internet to millions of households in India who have never purchased a mobile phone.

The Airtels platform is also a virtual shopping portal for its mobile shopping and entertainment businesses.

Facebook has also launched an app in India called ‘Tiger’ that lets people browse the company’s social media pages, and then use a device’s microphone to buy merchandise directly from the site.

Facebook also has plans to open a new Indian app called ‘India’ that will let people buy products online in India without needing to visit Facebook’s Indian office.

That India app is still in the early stages, but Facebook has already said it plans to launch it in the second half of 2017.

Facebook said its new India app will help millions of Indian consumers get their shopping done without the need to travel to a U.C. Berkeley, California, office or pay for shipping.

The new Facebook India app, which will launch in the first half of this year, will give customers access to more than 40 million Facebook pages and 50 million Twitter followers in India for instant and local shopping.

Facebook’s app for India has already been used by millions of consumers to shop and buy products.

Facebook plans to add new shopping categories to the site that will make it even easier for customers to find products and brands.

Facebook India plans to offer shoppers the ability to shop across platforms like Amazon, Walmart, eBay, and Google, along with Amazon’s Prime and Google Shopping, the social media platform Facebook acquired in 2016.

Facebook already has partnerships with Amazon and Alibaba to sell online in select countries, but the company also has partnerships in China and India.

Facebook will add more shopping categories in India and the United Kingdom.

Facebook says it has invested $1.3 billion to build the new India site and will have 100 million users in the country by 2021.

“India has always been a key location for global commerce and growth, but this is the first opportunity to bring the power of Facebook to the people of India, the world at large, and the first to give them a global shopping experience,” said Zuckerberg in a blog post.

“The opportunity for us to grow this community and reach people on an unprecedented scale will make this an even more powerful place to be.”

Facebook also says it will bring more information to people on India’s Facebook pages.

“In India, people are the people, so it’s essential for us not only to connect people, but also to get to know them and share our stories and experiences with them,” Facebook wrote.

“Our mission is to empower people with the information and tools they need to help them live their lives in the world they love.”

Facebook is also building a new mobile shopping app for the UK.

It has partnered