The Internet is defined as the worldwide interconnection of individual networks operated by government, industry, academia, and private parties. Originally the Internet served to interconnect laboratories engaged in government research, and since 1994 it has been expanded to serve millions of users and a multitude of purposes in all parts of the world.
Internet is changing all the time. Two things, in our opinion, have marked it's evolution recently: the social web and mobile technology. These two innovations have changed the way people use the Internet. In the social web people have found a new way to communicate. Since its creation in 2004, Facebook has grown into a worldwide network of nearly 1,000 million subscribers. Mobile technology, on the other hand, has made possible a much greater reach of the Internet, increasing the number of Internet users everywhere.
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Facebook announced on 19th Feb 2014 the purchase of Whatsapp in a $19 Billion Deal. It means $42 per WhatsApp user. WhatsApp was founded by two guys Brain Acton and Jam Koum in 2008, who spent combined 20 years doing geeky stuff at Yahoo! Inc. before starting WhatsApp. Founded in the heart of Silicon Valley, WhatsApp reportedly earned total revenues of about 20 million last year. With only 55 employees, WhatsApp’s $19-billion valuation could, in an alternate universe where each employee was given an equal share, fetch $350 million per employee. This is nearly five times what employees of Instagram would have got when that company was...