In 2018, Facebook made a number of major acquisitions, including mobile app and hardware manufacturer Snapchat, which was bought by Facebook for $19 billion.
Facebook also announced its acquisition of Instagram in 2019 for $1 billion.
But it’s not all big-name acquisitions.
Facebook is also building a mobile payment system, allowing users to make payments from mobile devices using the company’s app.
That’s just the start of what it plans to do.
Facebook has also acquired Oculus VR, the company that developed virtual reality headsets like the HTC Vive.
Facebook’s new mobile payment app has also been announced, and it will allow people to make mobile payments using its mobile app.
It also has a VR store, which it says it will sell VR headsets for $100 to $300.
But the new mobile payments system is the only one that could be considered an official Facebook app.
“There’s a lot of work we’re doing, but the mobile payments app is the one we’ll be announcing as the official Facebook mobile payments application,” Facebook COO Joris Evers told Reuters at the time.
“We have a lot to do with mobile payments and VR, but we’re excited about that.”
Facebook has said that it plans on making a “mobile payments solution for businesses and businesses that need it” within the next three years.
It’s currently building its mobile payments infrastructure and is planning to bring that infrastructure to a wider audience.
But, until that happens, Facebook still has to figure out how to integrate Facebook Pay, the Facebook app that allows users to pay for things using their mobile phones.
Facebook Pay works by allowing users the option to make an online payment using their phone number and mobile number.
But Facebook Pay is not a mobile payments platform, and Facebook is not required to allow users to use it to make purchases on the Facebook App.
That means that if Facebook wants to offer mobile payments on the platform, it has to offer it on the mobile app, and that means Facebook Pay can’t be used in places like Facebook Messenger.
So, Facebook is making an effort to make its mobile payment product a standard feature on the App, so that it can be used everywhere on the app.
For businesses, that means making sure they’re using the mobile payment feature on Facebook’s app, rather than Facebook Pay.
That makes it easier for people to buy things with Facebook Pay and for companies to pay people using Facebook Pay without having to go through the hassle of using Facebook Wallet.
Facebook currently supports only Apple Pay and Google Pay, and is working on making it easier to use both, but for now, that doesn’t make it a standard Facebook app feature.
The company also plans to add an option to let businesses make payments with Facebook on the same mobile app that they would using Facebook Messenger, but it has yet to make a final decision.
Facebook will have more to say about its mobile PayPal app when it unveils its mobile Pay app in early 2018.
Facebook, which is also investing in artificial intelligence and artificial intelligence-enabled machine learning, has also made moves to expand its artificial intelligence research and development program, called R&D, in the past year.
The acquisition of Snap and the acquisition of Oculus VR make up a significant portion of the new R&S effort.
Facebook recently launched a new R & D center, called Machine Learning Research, in Austin, Texas, to research and develop AI-based solutions for businesses.
R&d is a key area of focus for Facebook, and in some ways, it could be its most ambitious AI work yet.
But a number a analysts have warned that AI will likely not be the dominant technology in the future, and may not be as powerful as it is now.
“Facebook is not the first company to invest in AI research, and we’re not the last company to do it,” said Dan Filippi, chief scientist at IHS Markit.
“The big AI companies will probably be bigger players in the next five years than they are today.”
Facebook’s mobile payments initiative will also likely be something that Facebook is developing for years to come.
It has long been known that it is planning a mobile Pay payment system in the coming years, but Facebook has never announced a formal product roadmap.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the company has been working on mobile payments for years, and said in 2018 that he and his team are “working hard to make this the best experience for our users.”