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Facebook & Uber In Talks About Messenger Integration [Rumor]

07/25/2014, Just yesterday we reported that Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, confirmed that the company had plans to monetize the otherwise free Messenger app. As it stands it is unclear as to how Facebook plans on doing this, but perhaps this could clue us in....

Facebook Confirms They Will Monetize Messenger App Eventually

07/24/2014, The Facebook app and the Facebook Messenger app are free. Now we know that Facebook monetizes the app and the web version through ads, but as far as the Messenger app is concerned, it’s free and there are no ads in it. So does Facebook plan on...

Facebook Messenger Has 200 Million Users

04/23/2014, The other day Facebook made a pretty controversial decision when they announced that they’d be removing the Chat feature from their Facebook mobile app. Instead if users wanted to chat with their friends, they’d need to download the separate Facebook...

BlackBerry Messenger Is Tops In Asia

11/29/2012, At the BlackBerry Jam Asia event, there was one milestone that was announced which should show that the BlackBerry team has a bit of fire left in their belly, and the bit of news is this – BlackBerry Messenger is the top messaging tool, at least in...

Facebook Messenger app now available

08/10/2011, Remember the Facebook Messaging app we covered a couple yesterday? Well, it looks like the app is now available for download. Facebook Messenger gives users a faster way to get in touch with their Facebook friends with the use of a standalone app. Users...

Kik Messenger updated with group messaging and picture sharing

03/07/2011, Kik Messenger burst onto the scene about 5 months ago and since then it has garnered over 3 million users and is still growing every day. Despite RIM taking away some of their momentum with the recent lawsuit and removal from the BlackBerry App World, it...

Yahoo! Messenger on Android gets video chatting ability

11/10/2010, Video calls using 3G technology has been around for quite some time already, but we rarely see people use that, as most folks seem to rely on voice-to-voice communications more. Perhaps it is because you need to hold up the phone and talk using a...