Augmented reality is expected to take center stage at Facebook's annual F8 conference for software developers on Tuesday. SAN FRANCISCO -- On Tuesday, Facebook wants to augment your reality. That's when the giant social network hosts its annual F8 conference for software developers, a decidedly geeky affair that nevertheless has real-world implications for everyday Facebook users. Last year, CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveiled Facebook's 10-year road map that calls for powerful technologies to radically alter how people connect with friends and family and the world at large. This year Facebook is poised to show off what it meant.
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