Monthly Archives: June 2008

Is safety and privacy in messaging networks required?

A CNET survey in June 2008 found that half of the instant messaging services provide full encryption: We found that only half of the services provide complete encryption: AOL Instant Messenger, Google Talk, IBM’s Lotus Sametime, and Skype do. To

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woopra for live web analytics

I’m just testing a new web analytics approach: Woopra What is Woopra? Woopra is the world’s most comprehensive, information rich, easy to use, real-time Web tracking and analysis application. And it’s free! Woopra is an amazing tool to see live

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amazon.com down – does twitter replace blogs with news?

amazon.com is down more than 30 minutes. it is amazing how fast to get current web news from twitter. a simple search on tweetscan shows the Robert Svihla aka eurotransient first reported amazon.com down at 13:24 PST (17:24 GMT). Digg

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MIM – mobile instant message tremendous growth in 2009

According to a recent study of TNS Technology the mobile instant message is set to cannibalise SMS (texting) and eventually email from PC. The TNS Global Telecoms Insight (GTI) study has found that once mobile users adopt MIM (mobile instant

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Asians love things mobile

Tomi Ahonen dissecting on his communities_dominate.blogs.com the latest “Asia-Pacific wide survey of 16,000 consumers in 29 countries by TNS Global”, May 2008. Percent No. of People Notes SMS 88% 1.23B More than the total number of email (or IM Instant

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web based instant messaging

Meebo provides support for multiple IM protocols. Meebo has always been an attractive alternative for the traditional instant messaging clients. It can be accessed straight from the browser, without the need of installing anything. On the other hand, downloadable applications

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