Facebook's first smart speaker and display could be named Portal, and it will include speech to text software called Aloha
Facebook has a new children-friendly instant messaging app available as a preview on US iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches, aptly named Messenger Kids.
The service was out for many users worldwide for a time. It is now slowly being restored. Public communications from the company have been nil.
It took quite a while for Facebook Messenger to officially join the AI game, with the M digital assistant available now in the US.
Frames, effects, stickers, easy photo and video sharing, all available for just 24 hours. This Facebook Messenger Day thing sure sounds familiar.
Where one name once was, a new name emerges: in this case with RCS getting added onto SMS and MMS capabilities, Messenger was no longer enough.
At long last, WhatsApp is officially following the suit of sister app Facebook Messenger with simple and convenient video calling features.
Sprint will be using Google's cloud servers to pass along RCS messages, — the imminent step up from SMS — but what does this mean for Allo?
Facebook, WhatsApp, and now Facebook Messenger are among the world's very few online services that can trumpet active billion-user totals.
It's not available for the masses just yet, but it can't be long now, with Facebook Messenger officially in public end-to-end encryption testing stages.
Facebook's native Messenger client for the world's most popular mobile platforms has several changes and enhancements rolling out now or on the way soon.
When the Internet was coming into its own back in the ’90’s, we were migrating from “classic” uses (Archie, Finger, Ping, Usenet, FTP, Email, web browsing, etc.), to a more “modern” set. Chances are that you’ve heard of a couple of those, whereas the others have all but faded out of commonality. Today web technologies power most of what we do, and it looks like email is next on the chopping block. If that’s the case, will chat apps replace email as our preferred form of communication? And if so, why does Google think I need five apps to [...]
Google's new messaging services will join two existing ones. Allo, Duo, Hangouts and Messenger all have plenty of medium duplications.
Learn more about the ambitious plans that Facebook has to expand its Messenger service with the approach of gaining more users in 2015.
Learn about the release of Google Messenger and why it's so odd, considering Google's recent focus on Hangouts above all else.
Facebook Messenger was just severed from the core Facebook app, and sure is asking for access to a lot of your personal information. Should you be worried?
WhatsApp and Kik are two very popular mobile chat apps, but which is better? Find out in our WhatsApp vs Kik Messenger comparison video!