Messaging is not only among the top activities on smartphones (if not THE top activity), messaging apps are increasingly seen as social networks. After all people use them to send each other texts, videos, photos and other content either one-on-one or as a group. Sounds familiar, right?
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- Today MetroPCS announced the launch of Joyn, a bundle of communication protocols which include functionality similar to Blackberry Messenger, iMessage and Facetime. Joyn is based on the interworkable Rich Communication Services standard and promises to (eventually) deliver Metro PCS subscribers IP-based…
- According to the Wall Street Journal, RIM had considered but eventually rejected plans to license BlackBerry Messenger to handset competitors. BBM is an encrypted, proprietary, Internet-based messaging service that serves as an advanced substitute to the traditional SMS messaging offered…
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