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There is a saying, “As California goes, so goes the country.” This seems to be the case with smartphone kill switch legislation. Just a week after a bill was proposed in the California State Senate, federal lawmakers have introduced their own version.
Facebook announced today it will be buying popular mobile messaging network WhatsApp for a total value of $16 billion – $12 billion in Facebook stock and $4 billion cash. The deal was also confirmed by a regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Last week, microblogging giant Twitter began to quietly test out a completely redesigned format, rolling out its revamped look to a select number of users.