The world is totally in a new era and needless to say, technology has been super sophisticated and this has had a great bearing in the music realm. Music experience has radically changed becoming an even better encounter. I bet this is the best thingRead More
Microsoft said this week that its Live Messenger instant messaging client has now reached some 300 million users.
However, in perhaps what’s just as significant an announcement, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) said those users are spread out among 76 nations and 48 languages worldwide.
With the popularity and rise in usage of real time text-based communications such as instant messaging, e-mail, Internet and online gaming chat rooms, discussion boards and cellphone text messaging came the emergence of a new language tailored to the immediacy and compactness of these newRead More
When Apple announced iChat in 2003, Mac AIM users were enthusiastic: AOL’s own Mac client hadn’t really made the adjustment to OS X, and there was little indication Mac users would be full citizens on AIM any time soon.
Though iChat did a lot to
AOL today announced that it has launched Open AIM 2.0, an update to the API and SDK the company provides to third-party instant messaging developers who write clients and services for use with AOL’s AIM network. AOL announced the first version of Open AIM oneRead More
Sun Microsystems announced its position in the instant messaging (IM) protocol debate with its inclusion of the Jabber protocol in the latest version of the Java System Instant Messaging application.
Officials at the Santa Clara, Calif., software company said version 7 of the IM platform
After years of mutually beneficial barriers between their respective networks, instant messaging’s “Big Three” will finally interoperate, at least between enterprise users. An agreement between Yahoo, AOL, and Microsoft is aimed at IM customers looking for a way to provide chat between employees on differentRead More