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Google to unify IM market?

Posted on Wednesday, December 28 2005 @ 22:42:06 CET by


Last week Google shared plans to unify the instant messaging market:
When Google released their Jabber-based IM application earlier this year, they promised consumers that they would vigorously pursue protocol interoperability in order to facilitate communication between users of different IM systems. Since the birth of text-based Internet chat in the 1980s, countless IM protocols and applications have emerged to meet the rapidly growing demand for interactive text communication. AOL's ubiquitous AIM service is thought to have over 50 million active users, a number that continues to increase as more consumers take up the habit.
Read on over at ARS Technica.


 



 

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