The company is forging ahead in moving its Messenger user base to Skype. Here's the updated timeline for its aggressive plan.
If you have a device running Windows RT, chances are you're missing one or more of your favorite apps. Here are five alternatives that could be worth a download, depending on what you're looking for.
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Sign-ups are open to join Trillian's beta for the Android version of its multinetwork chat application. The IM-maker also releases an update for the iPhone 4.
Any programmer now can build software to tap into Windows Live Messenger's network. Perhaps in time IM will become less fragmented and more useful.
Stanford University researcher shows how to bypass Windows' built-in encryption that Web browsers, instant messaging clients, and other programs used to store user passwords.
Trillian's popular instant-messaging platform is finally making its way to the iPhone and iPod Touch. The app costs $4.99.
According to Trillian IM maker Cerulean Studios, Apple has been sitting on a submission for the Trillian multinetwork iPhone app for 60 days without giving a yay or nay.
Trillian releases a beta of its Android app, FourSquare snags the most registrations after the launch of Facebook Places, and a hacker group offers a USB jailbreak for the PS3 for $150.
Oracle taking on the 'open' in Android, the G1's soon-to-be sibling, and Honeycomb. You read that right. Plus we discuss the somewhat confusing world of personal and corporate Gmail co-existing on your Android phone. Today's special guest, Senior Writer for HowStuffWorks.com, Jon Strickland!