Folks who have been checking out Microsoft’s social networking phones, the KIN One and KIN Two, will probably have noticed that these devices don’t offer instant messaging, which is a rather serious oversight when we’re talking about communications and social networking. Seems that a hacker has been going through the ROMs of these devices, and has stumbled across the foundation for an instant messaging system that supports AOL IM, Windows Live and Yahoo, which does give us hope that Microsoft will eventually offer instant messaging as a feature on the KIN One and KIN Two. The downside is that we’ve no idea when Microsoft will actually decide to do so. Would the inclusion of instant messaging make the KIN One or KIN Two more appealing to you?
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