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While the service has long vowed to remain free of third-party apps and spam, its latest pivot could pave the way for a Facebook-like monetization model.
The service will reportedly enable people to text each other and use chatbots to search, yes, you guessed it, Google.
MySpace could have snagged Facebook. Facebook could have scored Snapchat. Alas, there are many offers that can be refused. Not every match is made in heaven.
Email is taking a back seat to real-time messaging. Caliber says its going to make business communications move faster.
Capable of carrying conference calls and group messaging, DingTalk targets small- and medium-sized enterprises.
There is much more to social media than Facebook and Twitter.
IM apps have 4ever altered how we communicate. Countless messaging tools have come and gone in the 18 years since they first debuted. Which ones will stand the test of time?
Everyone will have to wait and see how 'Big Blue' can turn a profit on its recently acquired messaging service.
That's about $3 billion more than when the deal was announced for $19 billion back in February.
The landmark deal gives Facebook a strong foothold in the fast-growing mobile messaging market.
Chat away, pinners. Pinterest may be late to the game, but it's finally jumped on the messaging bandwagon.
Preliminary discussions between Mark Zuckerberg and Travis Kalanick point to the social network's stated desire to diversify and monetize its messaging platform.
'There are only so many photos you're going to want to share with friends,' the CEO said during an earnings call. 'There's just a lot more people want to express.'
Everyone's out to change the world these days. While that's no walk in the park, it isn't always rocket science, either.
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