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  2. Facebook - Wikipedia

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    It began as Facebook Chat in 2008, was revamped in 2010 and eventually became a standalone mobile app in August 2011, while remaining part of the user page on browsers. Complementing regular conversations, Messenger lets users make one-to-one and group voice and video calls.

  3. Meta Portal - Wikipedia

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    Portal (also known as Meta Portal) is a brand of smart displays and videophones released in 2018 by Meta Platforms (then named Facebook, Inc.). The product line consists of four models (Portal, Portal+, Portal TV, and Portal Go) that provide video chat via Messenger and WhatsApp, augmented by a camera that can automatically zoom and track people's movements.

  4. Timeline of WhatsApp - Wikipedia

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    Facebook pays $4 billion in cash, $12 billion in Facebook shares, and an additional $3 billion in restricted stock units granted to WhatsApp's founders. 2014: March: Security: Someone discovers a vulnerability in WhatsApp encryption on the Android application that allows another app to access and read all of a user's chat conversations within it.

  5. VK (service) - Wikipedia

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    VK (short for its original name VKontakte; Russian: ВКонтакте, meaning InContact) is a Russian online alt tech,social media and social networking service based in Saint Petersburg.

  6. Diamond and Silk - Wikipedia

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    Facebook. In an April 2018, tweet and Facebook post, Hardaway and Richardson reproduced a message from Facebook stating that the Diamond and Silk Facebook page's content and brand were deemed to be "unsafe to the community." According to Hardaway and Richardson, the message sent from the Facebook policy team concluded with: "This decision is ...

  7. Yammer - Wikipedia

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    Yammer (/ ˈ j æ m ər / ()) is an enterprise social networking service used mainly for private communication within organizations but is also used for networks spanning various organizations.

  8. Comparison of cross-platform instant messaging clients

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    Examples of such messaging services include: Skype, Facebook Messenger, Google Hangouts (subsequently Google Chat), Telegram, ICQ, Element, Slack, Discord, etc. Users have more options as usernames or email addresses can be used as user identifiers, besides phone numbers. Unlike the phone-based model, user accounts on a multi-device model are ...

  9. Arabic chat alphabet - Wikipedia

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    Online communication systems, such as IRC, bulletin board systems, and blogs, are often run on systems or over protocols that do not support code pages or alternate character sets. Thus, the Arabic chat alphabet has become commonplace. It can be seen even in domain names, like Qal3ah.