At Mobile World Congress, the Facebook CEO had no big Internet expansion idea—and had no business talking about infant mortality.
Thanks to a leak of Syrian web censorship data, internet researchers have been able to analyse, for the first time, exactly what steps an authoritarian regime takes to restrict traffic.
Serious games are becoming increasingly popular, but the inability to generate realistic new content has hampered their progress. Until now.
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Facebook is paying much more for WhatsApp than it did for Instagram, but it's getting more, too.