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From TheJournal.ie Mark Zuckerberg says he could actually work with arch-rival Google Strange Bedfellows

Mark Zuckerberg says he could actually work with arch-rival Google

Well, that was unexpected.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook launches free mobile internet service in India Global Domination

Facebook launches free mobile internet service in India

The company has launched its free mobile data service in India, which has a population of more than 1.2 billion.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook plans to start testing its WiFi drones next year

Facebook plans to start testing its WiFi drones next year

The drone aircraft are expected to fly at an altitude of at least 60,000 feet, without a human operator

From TheJournal.ie Facebook's latest app is offering developing countries free access to Wikipedia and Google Free Internet

Facebook's latest app is offering developing countries free access to Wikipedia and Google

Mobile users in Zambia will be the first ones to use Internet.org’s new app, which provides them with free basic access to internet services through their phone.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook's plan to bring internet to the developing world? Invest in drone aircraft Wi-fly

Facebook's plan to bring internet to the developing world? Invest in drone aircraft

The social media site is reportedly in talks to buy Titan Aerospace, a company which specialises in creating unmanned aircraft drones.

From TheJournal.ie How Facebook and other tech giants want to give the whole world internet access Internet.org

How Facebook and other tech giants want to give the whole world internet access

Nokia, Ericsson, Samsung, Qualcomm, MediaTek and Opera are among the companies who want to help bring two-thirds of the world who don’t have internet access online.