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Operators to Suffer $14B in Lost Revenues This Year, as OTTs Take Market Share

A new report has claimed that voice and messaging traffic lost to OTT (Over The Top) players such as WhatsApp, Facebook and Skype will cost network operators $14 billion in revenues globally this year, up by 26% on 2013. more

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Facebook, Ericsson and XL Axiata improve network performance

Network-wide optimization implemented through the joint project delivered up to 70 percent improvement in app coverage. more

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Russia Asks Facebook, Gmail, Twitter To Register As Information Distributors

Russia's mass media regulator, Roskomnadzor, has officially asked social network Facebook, e-mail service Gmail, and microblogging site Twitter to register in Russia as \"organizers of information distribution.\"  more

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Afghanistan Rejects Facebook Ban Amid Election Tensions

The Afghan government has rejected a proposal to ban Facebook during the current election crisis. more

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Telenor Supports Executive in Thailand's Facebook Blocking Scandal

Norway's Telenor has apologised for the comments made by a senior manager at its Thai subsidiary about the blocking of the Facbook website, but stopped short of saying that he was wrong in his comments. more

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Researchers finds thousands of secret keys in Android apps

Google has started scanning Android apps uploaded to its app store to warn developers if they have included a potential security flaw in their code. more

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Facebook Refreshes Tablet App to Focus on Games and Adverts

Facebook has refreshed its tablet app to make better use of the larger screens, and serve more adverts. more

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Facebook Adds Easy Video Sending to Mobile Apps

Facebook is continuing to play catch up with the other major OTT messaging apps, and has released an upgrade to its own Messenger app to make sharing of media files easier. more

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Facebook to Harvest Users Browser Habits to Serve Adverts

Facebook has confirmed that it is to start collecting logged-in users behaviour across the wider internet in order to more accurately target adverts served on its own website. more

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Facebook Leaks its own Messaging App by Accident

Facebook has accidentally leaked details of its own forthcoming Messenger app after an employee apparently uploaded to Apple's app store before it was due to be released. more

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