I don't think Facebook should get that much credit for [being a global tech convener]. Internet.org is a big coalition across the industry. We're playing one role in it ... but no one company can do this work by themselves."
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is due to speak at the world's biggest mobile trade fair in Barcelona Monday -- a move that analysts say underlines the importance of mobile to the future of the social media giant.
Zuckerberg's appearance -- his first ever at the show -- comes just a week after Facebook acquired mobile internet messaging service WhatsApp for $19 billion.
He will join technology journalist and writer David Kirkpatrick for a discussion on the importance of extending internet access to the "unconnected world." Continue reading the full story here.
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Mozilla isn't the only open source OS on show this week. There's quite a bit of activity around the Ubuntu stand -- though no more news about their rumored phone that can connect to a full monitor to act as a desktop computer. Might need to wait until next year for that one.
About Mobile World Congress
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