By Daniel Terdiman

Sean Parker may have famously said of Facebook’s early years that only a billion dollars is cool, but for the maker of the hit virtual reality game Raw Data, a million dollars is a damn good start.

According to Culver City, California-based SurviosRaw Data, available only for HTC’s high-end Vive, has become the first consumer VR game to hit $1 million in sales in a month. In addition, the company said, at least 20% of all Vive owners have purchased the $40 first-person shooter, and it became the first-ever VR game to top the charts at Steam, a leading game platform and ranking site.

Raw Data has earned rave reviews—such as Tom’s Guide’s best VR game award at this year’s Game Developers Conference—thanks to high-fidelity graphics, Active VR technology that gives players an immersive, free-moving, shared-space experience, and a high-quality gaming experience.

Read the full article here: https://www.fastcompany.com/3063747/how-to-make-a-million-dollars-in-vr-release-an-expensive-game

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It is common knowledge when you sign up for sites like Facebook you’re basically giving the tech giant unfettered access to find out what you like to eat, where you like to go, and now — even if you don’t specifically declare it — how you might vote.

We’ve all heard about media bias, but this election cycle, Facebook has been facing accusations of social media bias. Months after the site was accused of burying conservative news, the service is surprising some users by being able to deduce their political leanings. Henry Casey from Tom’s Guide spoke with Fox 5 about the subject.

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