Apple is rumored to be launching FaceTime over cellular data in the near future - and some carriers (AT&T!) want a piece! Also, an interesting new patent to come out of Research in Motion that's based on emotional detection. All this and more in this episode of RR!
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Rumor has it that Apple is planning to release it's shackles over FaceTime, and allow non-jailbreak users to use it over cellular data. It appears that some providers see this as another opportunity to charge their customers a little extra for this service.
Have you ever had an emotionally fueled texting session where you wish that you could detail your feelings in your messages? If so, a recent patent filing from RIM may someday be meeting this need.