Facebook is making it easier for users to communicate via voice through its Messenger app. First, Canadian users got a taste of VOIP over Facebook, and now U.S.-based iPhone users can enjoy the same feature along with their Canadian counterparts.
This may just be loose talk but it could be something interesting. Per the Financial Times, Rene Obermann, the CEO of T-Mobile USA (and also the parent company of Deutsche Telekom), told the newspaper that T-Mobile USA hopes to start selling the iPhone later this year or next year, but in the meantime will focus on Android-powered smartphones.
T-Mobile was the first U.S. carrier to offer an Android-powered phone, the HTC G1, and has since expanded its Android lineup with several other models, including the Google-branded, HTC-built Nexus One.