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Whatsapp: Facebook acquired the IM app for $19bn

IMterview: Facebook and WhatsApp - what should agencies do with IM?

Paul and Darika, the 'Trinny and Susannah' of digital marketing, ponder what Facebook's acquisition of instant messaging service Whatsapp means

Why did Facebook buy WhatsApp?

In a surprise move, Facebook yesterday bought the popular multimedia messaging service WhatsApp.

WhatsApp: to continue as a standalone service after its acquisition by Facebook

Facebook buys WhatsApp for $19bn

Facebook has agreed to buy the mobile messaging service WhatsApp for $19 billion (£11.4 billion), in a cash-and-share deal.

Generation Tech: why money is no longer an object for young consumers

Generation Tech: why money is no longer an object for young consumers

A new approach to ownership is enabling cash-poor Generation Y to access technology which should be beyond their means, and

WhatsApp: founder Jan Koum rejects the use of advertising

WhatsApp founder accuses advertising of 'insulting your intelligence'

The founder of instant messaging service WhatsApp has labelled ads "insults to your intelligence", which only result in an inferior

Only 23% of respondents say they would never pay for an app

App prices - a few pennies more wouldn't hurt

With the app market continuing to boom heading into 2013 it's high time to focus on the users, writes Annette


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