Posts Tagged ‘instant messaging’

AOL has announced that its popular AOL Instant Messenger AIM will be officially discontinued after 20 years of service online in December. Here are the details.

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All of your WhatsApp messages will now have end-to-end encryption on iOS, Android, Windows Phone and Web. Here are the details on it.

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Fring is a London-based company that develops a well-known instant messaging client for iOS. After improving its client for the last few months, the company is finally taking it a step up: bringing multi-person video conferencing to the iPad. This is the first App of its kind on the iPad: while the native video calling app, such as FaceTime, only allows 2-way video chats.

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If you’re a regular reader of this site, you’re probably aware of iOS 5, Apple’s newest release of iOS, currently in beta form. Reviewer Steven Chi, member of the Redmond Pie family, got his hands on iOS 5 and has put together a video showcasing iMessage, one of the major new features in iOS 5. Overall, it went pretty smoothly.

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