Following the privacy debacle the company seemingly sailed through without issue back in February of this year, WhatsApp, Inc is now thought to be in the crosshairs of Google for possible acquisition in the coming weeks.
Citing that they have been given an exclusive preview of the next iteration of Google’s ‘Play Store’ application designed for Android OS devices, Droid-Life is reporting that the company is set to push out a new version of its mobile content store in the coming weeks and months.
As the Android platform surpasses 750,000,000 device sales around the world, the platform’s founder and chief leader, Andy Rubin, earlier this week announced that he is stepping down from heading the Google-ran division.
Although DigiTimes is – (for the most part) – far from a source we would refer to as being entirely accurate, the Taiwan-based publication is out with a new report this week which we think is at least worth a mention. The report specifically cites that Apple could be in the midst of developing a new model of its iPhone, which may (in turn) be able to be charged – wirelessly.
In July 2011, some of you out there may remember we published an article in which we asked the question: ‘Was TweetDeck For iPad Killed?’