When Facebook launched in 2004, it had no Photos, Like button, News Feed, Messenger, Events, Shops or Rooms. As the ways people connect and share evolved over the years alongside rapid innovations in technology, we built new and better apps and services. In turn, many of the iconic features we pioneered have been adopted and improved upon by other companies.
But we can never rest on our laurels. We have to keep investing in new ideas and building new experiences. For example, our Portal devices bring a real sense of presence to video communication. And with Oculus, Facebook is building the next computing platform: augmented and virtual reality.