Facebook’s Crossbow, an IPO, and a new frontier

Facebook is set to launch its first-ever crossbow, according to a report.

The company is aiming to launch the product by the end of 2019.

The first product in the Crossbow line will reportedly be the Facebook-owned Crossbow XT, which is expected to offer a crossbow that can fire both conventional and semi-automatic weapons.

The crossbow is expected be built on the same platform as Facebook’s existing AR platform, but it will have the ability to fire a variety of ammunition types, including traditional arrows and bow bolts.

The Crossbow will also be able to fire up to 300 arrows per second and a maximum of 20 arrows per arrow, according an interview with the New York Times.

The new product will be priced around $300.

Crossbow’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, is reportedly looking to sell his stake in the company, which currently has a market value of around $600 million, to raise money for the company.

In the article, Zuckerberg said that his goal is to be able “to have one of the largest crossbow companies in the world” by the year 2021.

He noted that Facebook is working to scale up production, and will soon be shipping prototypes of the product to the military.

Facebook will also have the capacity to sell the product in stores.

According to Recode, the company expects that the crossbow will be available by the second quarter of 2019, but that it may be available sooner.

Facebook’s crossbow isn’t the only AR device to be unveiled at the company’s annual shareholder meeting.

Facebook is also expected to unveil a new AR headset that is said to use a new kind of AR processor.

The headset, which Recode describes as a “new generation AR headset” will have a field of view of 120 degrees, and it will include a gyroscope, motion sensors, and cameras that will be able make a virtual “view of your body.”

The new headset will be the company first AR device, but the company has already announced a number of AR devices that have already been released.

The Verge’s David Wessel reports that Facebook will be releasing two more AR devices this year, including a pair of glasses that are supposed to offer 360-degree virtual reality.

The pair of AR glasses are set to be called “FacePods,” according to Recoding.

The technology could potentially allow for “a completely new kind [of] augmented reality,” according Recode.

Facebook has been working to develop AR headsets for several years, and last year announced the development of a “head-mounted display” for AR headsets.

The head-mounted device is a device that is mounted on a user’s head, with a screen on the top.

It uses two cameras and a gyrostabilizer to create an image of the user’s face that is projected onto a display.

The project is reportedly aimed at “providing more realistic augmented reality experiences for users.”

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