The Federal Cartel Office, or Bundeskartellamt, said it had initiated abuse proceedings over Facebook’s plans to require users of the latest Quest 2 virtual reality glasses produced by Oculus to register with a Facebook account.”Linking virtual reality products and the group’s social network in this way could constitute a prohibited abuse of dominance by Facebook,” said Bundeskartellamt president Andreas Mundt. “With its social network Facebook holds a dominant position in Germany and is also already an important player in the emerging but growing VR market. We intend to examine whether and to what extent this tying arrangement will affect competition in both areas of activity.”Oculus Quest 2 Debuts With Higher Resolution Display, Faster PerformanceIn response to a request for comment from The Associated Press, Facebook noted that it had already paused sales of its Oculus products in Germany this year.
Wan Bissaka, nigh on flawless defensively last season, has looked uncharacteristically vulnerable in his own third and numerous opponents have targeted his propensity for switching off at the far post.His more measured performance at Arsenal was maybe more encouraging than the goalscoring outing against Southampton, an anomalous occasion for its remarkable 9 0 scoreline. Wan Bissaka technically notched an assist against Everton, although Bruno Fernandes dipper was so spectacular nobody recalled the pass to him.Free Manchester United newsletterManchester United beat West Ham 1 0 in the FA Cup, thanks to Scott McTominay extra time winner.United sealed a spot in the cup quarter finals with victory over David Moyes side at Old Trafford, and now they travel to West Brom in the league on Sunday.MEN Sport will bring you all the build up to and reaction from every United match. You can have it all delivered straight to your inbox by signing up to our daily newsletter.
India education ministry has reportedly made deals with four publishers (Macmillan, Tata McGraw Hill, Prentice Hall and Vikas Publishing) to provide digital textbooks and content on the $10 laptops, some of which will be accessible for free.There been no announcement on what kind of operating system the $10 laptop will use, but chances are it be a simple Linux based GUI like the Eee PC. It probably won be as beautiful as the elegant new Jolicloud netbook OS that made its debut this week, but hey $10, who could complain?The Indian government also hasn announced whether it will be selling the $10 notebook commercially, after it goes in to production this summer. If it does, it may not be for a long time; the ministry of education will have enough work to do distributing these notebooks and expanding connectivity in the nation 18,000 colleges.