Mobile analytics company Onavo has been acquired by Facebook in a deal that sees the creation of the social network's first office in Israel. Onavo, which also produces mobile utility apps, revealed then deal in a blog post: We're excited to join their team, and hope to play a critical role in reaching one of Internet.org's most significant goals - using data more efficiently, so that more people around the world can connect and share.
http://www.onavo.com/ goes on your mobile phone and compresses the data your phone uses. When I was in Amsterdam it saved me about half of my data, which saved me a ton of money and let me use my phone more. Some people, when traveling, pay up to $20 a megabyte, this helps you get two or three times more!