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Facebooks reveals all-in-one messaging system

Posted on Monday, November 15 2010 @ 22:25:59 CET by


Social networking site Facebook announced plans to roll out a new communication platform that will unify e-mail, instant messaging, and SMS into the Facebook messaging system.
While each of the social network's more than 500 million users will have the chance to get an @facebook.com e-mail address as the new service gradually rolls out to members in coming months, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the goal was not to create the world's largest e-mail network, but to merge external e-mail, text messaging, instant messages and Facebook's existing internal messaging service into a new kind of seamless communication system.

News of the new message system, the product of 15 months of intensive work within Facebook dubbed "Project Titan," has received intensive attention in the tech media in recent days based on the speculation that it would in one fell swoop eclipse the world's largest e-mail networks -- Microsoft Hotmail's 361 million users, Yahoo Mail's 273 million users or Google Gmail's 193 million users.
Full details at Mercury News.


 



 

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