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Microsoft tallies 2.8 billion minutes of Facebook IMs

Windows Live Messenger hosts hordes of chatty Facebookers, thanks to the 18 million or so who have integrated Facebook chat with the IM service.

By Feb. 3, 2011

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Yahoo's new spin: Landscape IMs for iPhone

Less than a month after Yahoo released Yahoo Messenger for iPhone and iPod Touch, a new version adds two features with a triple-tweaked version.

By May. 1, 2009

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Report: Attackers sent Google workers IMs from 'friends'

Attackers used social networks to research friends of employees with access to data and then posed as those friends, sending workers links to malware in instant messages, according to the Financial Times.

By Jan. 25, 2010

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New and Noteworthy: Opening music vaults on iMS; mini in the UK? Try eBay.

New and Noteworthy: Opening music vaults on iMS; mini in the UK? Try eBay.

By May. 13, 2004

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New and Noteworthy: iMS POTY; iPod a favorite thing; Santa in "iPod hell"

New and Noteworthy: iMS POTY; iPod a favorite thing; Santa in "iPod hell"

By Dec. 11, 2003

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iTunes 4.5: volume changes; iTunes Sharing; iLife apps and iMS music; iPod updater problems

iTunes 4.5: volume changes; iTunes Sharing; iLife apps and iMS music; iPod updater problems

By Apr. 29, 2004

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IMSafer scans your kids' IMs for Foleys

IMSafer scans your kids' IMs for Foleys

By Oct. 3, 2006

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Digsby links all IMs with e-mail, Facebook, MySpace

New beta software links all the major IM clients with Web-based e-mail and the two social networks in a single, streamlined client.

By Feb. 7, 2008

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New and Noteworthy: Apple goes after notebook sales; Ben & Jerry's iTunes giveaway; iMS & Webby Awards; iPod accessorie

New and Noteworthy: Apple goes after notebook sales; Ben & Jerry's iTunes giveaway; iMS & Webby Awards; iPod accessorie

By Apr. 21, 2004

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AppScript wants to help docs find, prescribe best health apps

There are more than 40,000 health-related apps on the market. Yet there is little oversight or organization, leaving even the professionals scratching their heads over what to formally recommend.

By Dec. 13, 2013