Microsoft is launching a new website dedicated to the new Mac version of Microsoft Messenger beta today.
Mac Messenger 8 has, some cool additions like audio and video calls, a feature that was expected for some time from Mac users. Indeed, for the moment the Mac Users must settle for a Mac version of Messenger 7 without this feature which is a part of the Messenger …
Microsoft Messenger for Mac 8 Beta provides real-time collaboration between people in different locations. You can use instant messaging and audio and video calls to communicate with your contacts.
You can sign in to Messenger for Mac 8 Beta by using a Windows Live ID. Windows Live IDs include all e-mail accounts ending in “@live.com”, “@hotmail.com”, “@msn.com” and other accounts registered with Windows Live.
Are you an instant messenger kind of person, love to stays online to chat with friends & family? We’ll then; here is an interesting service that combines the capabilities of ‘RSS feeds’ with ‘Instant Messaging’. It’s called RSS.IM. This unique service reports all your favorite RSS feeds directly to your instant messenger (GTalk or Jabber account).
The interface is quite simple, minimalist – functional. The service is free and is worth a try, in my opinion. A word of caution though – Try to add only important RSS feeds, or you might be bombarded with RSS IM’s .
Launches First Official Facebook Connect Chat Integration
Meebo is a new communications and media company that’s re-writing the way people have conversations and communicate on the Web. Meebo provides instant messaging and group chat to over 40 million people at meebo.com and via partner sites across the Web.
Meebo the next generation IM services now has Facebook IM chat integrated to the website… Plus, Meebo is now the first launch partner of the “alpha” version of the Facebook Connect + Chat integration. That’s pretty cool.
When Facebook launched its new chat in April 2008 there were technical issues with the chat integration. However, that seems to have been fixed! Now thats some good news to Meebo and we’ll need to find out who catches up Facebook IM!