Wait, major US wireless carriers will be carrying a new, much-hyped smartphone? No way!
New York Times:
The company has already hired more than half a dozen former Apple software and hardware engineers who worked on the iPhone, and one who worked on the iPad, the employees and those briefed on the plans said.
Time spent on Facebook’s mobile site and apps per month (441 minutes) has finally surpassed usage of its classic website (391 minutes) — for Americans who use both Facebook interfaces according to the latest report from comScore.
Continues to support my theory that Facebook's exclusive focus for the future is mobile.
This furthers my theory for the reasons behind the Instagram purchase.
Actually, the throttling will only occur when roaming, TechCrunch reports:
Sprint will only consider it abuse when you go data-crazy on a partnered network that isn’t actually theirs.
It’s a good thing The Internet™ never reports things incorrectly or out of context, and is slow to react.
Another way Apple is forcing change in the mobile industry.