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August 24th, 2005 by Patrick S

Woah today there has been ALOT of news about IM’s in general…

  • MSN Messenger 7.5 final has been Released (the release build is 7.5.0299) you can grab the latest copy from HERE It sounds pretty nice..Ill prob Download a copy today 😀 😀 😀

    Source- neowinNeowin:

    “Among the new features are Dymanic Backgrounds and Voice Clips. Dynamic Backgrounds fill your MSN Messenger conversations and subtly animate during the conversation. Voice Clips allow you to send short audio clips (15 secs max) to your friends on MSN Messenger.

    New audio improvements mean talking over MSN Messenger is far improved from recent versions.”

    You can also do the following by adding them as links into your own personal website:

    Start a conversation with a contact:


    Add a contact to your contact list:


    Send an invitation to start a voice conversation:


    Send an invitation to start a video conversation:


    Download MSN 7.5 Final


  • ALSO… Google has released an IM client… Google Talk From what I see it looks okay…Ill prob try that too (there are so many IM clients now!! ) :S

    “Talk enables you to call or send instant messages to your friends for free–anytime, anywhere in the world. Google Talk is simple and intuitive to use. There’s no clutter, no pop-ups, no unnecessary software to install. Talk also features some interesting VoIP features like Skype. Google Talk uses the Jabber protocol however instant messaging members of other clients doesn’t appear to be supported. There’s no Linux or Mac client yet, but there are guides to connecting to the protocol on iChat, Gaim, and Trillian.”< /blockquote>

    Who knows what will happen but i am betting that Google talk will be popular too…
    Ill tell you what i think of them when I get some time to download them…Untill then…

    See ya later,
    Patrick S

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