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Facebook announced on their blog that they made two major updates to their messaging services.
Hello is a new app built by the Messenger team. Hello connects with Facebook so you can see who’s calling, block unwanted calls, and search for people and places.
When you get a call, Hello will show you info about who’s calling you, even if you don’t have that number saved in your phone. You will only see info that people have already shared with you on Facebook.
There’s a variety of functionality available between Hello and Facebook itself as well: You can search for people and businesses on Facebook and call them with just one tap.
For example, if a friend tells you about a new restaurant in your area, you can use Hello to find their hours, make a reservation, and get directions, all without leaving the app.
Learn more here.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google could take the wraps off of its wireless service as soon as today, sparking new competition by charging customers only for the amount of data they use. Read more here.