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Just days after making its excess data rate more affordable, Virgin Mobile is trimming something significant from its plans.
When you have a billion subscribers, it is always going to be a difficult task keeping them all happy.
Facebook has thrown its hat in to the mobile and desktop application ring, announcing its very own Facebook App Center, now open to developers as a beta. The Facebook App Center (FAC) represents a potential huge step forward in Facebook’s continuing domination of the social network scene. It also raises a few questions and possible consequences that could affect the future of the smartphone market as a whole.
If you haven't seen it for yourself, Facebook has been abuzz today with this viral status update: The cause of the concern being that many users have suddenly realised that their Facebook contacts now have ‘handy’ mobile phone numbers attached to them, seemingly by magic. The way Facebook has achieved this is through the iPhone, Android and BlackBerry Facebook apps, which now use mobile phone number information by default whenever you sync your phone with Facebook.
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