Massively popular messaging app WhatsApp is in negotiations with Google over pricing of a takeover, if ‘insider sources’ are to be believed.
Facebook is quietly trialling paid messaging in the UK, raising fears Aussies could face similar charges to contact celebrities or even merely friends of friends in the near future.
A new worldwide forecast has predicted that in five years time mobile phone users will, on average, consume 6.5 times as much video, over eight times as much music and social media, and nearly 10 times as much games as they did last year, causing an explosion in traffic for most mobile data services due to the spread of smartphones and an increase in the number of mobile users.
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