After acquisition of Skype, Microsoft has decided to step up a bit, and it seems that Microsoft will put to rest his popular IM service.


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There are variety of Facebook apps for smartphones and tablets, and now we’re getting the first Windows-based Facebook Messenger that allows people to stay in touch with their friends without opening Facebook in their browser.


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If you’re a Gmail user, you may be aware that since 2007, users have been unable to access their AIM account via Google Talk, meaning they were unable to message Google Talk accounts with AIM accounts and vice versa.

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Instant messengers are quite popular nowadays on both desktops and smartphones, and only problem with instant messengers is that there are several of them available on the market. Luckily, there are messengers such as Trillian that allows you to use a single messenger to chat with people on several major messengers, and now, Trillian just hit Android OS.

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How many times have you seen a friend or a relative with diabetes inject themselves with insulin subcutaneously? Overtime they may say they get use to the pain but that’s only because they have no other choice but to bare it. What if there was a safer, needle-free way? PharmaJet offers just that.

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The year 2010 is quite a bad year for all the IM users out there. According to a study in Great Britain there have been a significant reduction in people using IM service this year. According to the study, in 2007  people used to spend 14% of their internet time on IM service while this year that number has dropped to 5%. Are people tired of instant messaging service or are they out in the year of 2010?

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