(JNS.org) Facebook announced the acquisition of the Israeli mobile analytics startup Onavo, as part of a larger plan to reduce the number of people without Internet access. Facebook will also turn Onavo’s Tel Aviv office into the company’s first Israeli headquarters. Founded in 2010, Onavo focused on intelligence concerning mobile application data. According to the tech site AllThingsD, the services of Onavo are in line with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s
Internet.org initiative, which aims to bring Internet connectivity to billions across the world.