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  2. Telegram (software) - Wikipedia

    Telegram Web A / Web K: Web: Yes: GPLv3: No: Two web-based versions of Telegram. The web version cannot be used to register and log in, this feature is officially supported by the mobile app only. The code for the legacy web client called Webogram is available as well, though this version is no longer supported.

  3. Pavel Durov - Wikipedia

    Pavel Valeryevich Durov (Russian: Павел Валерьевич Дуров; born 10 October 1984) is a Russian-born Emirati entrepreneur who is known for founding the social networking site VK and the app Telegram Messenger. He is the younger brother of Nikolai Durov.

  4. Telegram messenger - Wikipedia

    Telegram messenger. In many English-speaking countries, a telegram messenger, more often known as a telegram delivery boy, telegraph boy or telegram boy was a young man employed to deliver telegrams, usually on bicycle. In the United Kingdom, they were employed by the General Post Office; in the United States, they worked for Western Union or ...

  5. Worldwide use of telegrams by country - Wikipedia

    iTelegram took over telegram service from Western Union on 27 January 2006. Telegrams can be sent via the iTelegram web site or via Deskmail, a legacy Windows program. Uruguay: Yes – Antel, the state-owned postal service, provides telegraph service for both domestic and international destinations. Vatican City: Yes –

  6. The Open Network - Wikipedia

    The Open Network (previously Telegram Open Network, both abb. as TON) is a decentralized computer network consisting of a layer-1 blockchain with various components. TON was originally developed by Nikolai Durov and the messaging platform, Telegram and now embraced by a global community of independent contributors.

  7. Government censorship of Telegram - Wikipedia

    In August 2017, Indonesian Government has opened full access of Telegram, after Telegram has made self censorship about negative contents mainly radicalism and terrorism. Telegram said that about 10 channels/groups have been deleted from Telegram everyday due to are categorized as negative contents.

  8. Telegram in Iran - Wikipedia

    Telegram in Iran. The Telegram instant messaging service has had more than 50 million users in Iran. [1] Following the disruptions caused by the Iranian government in the Viber [2] [3] and Line services, the Iranian people were attracted to Telegram. [4] Security was the most important reason that led to its popularity.

  9. Telegraphy - Wikipedia

    A telegraph is a device for transmitting and receiving messages over long distances, i.e., for telegraphy. The word telegraph alone generally refers to an electrical telegraph. Wireless telegraphy is transmission of messages over radio with telegraphic codes.

  10. Blocking of Telegram in Russia - Wikipedia

    On April 16, 2018, the Russian government began blocking access to Telegram, an instant messaging service. [1] The blocking led to interruptions in the operation of many third-party services, but practically did not affect the availability of Telegram in Russia. It was officially unblocked on June 19, 2020.

  11. Amaq News Agency - Wikipedia

    Amaq publishes a stream of short news reports, both text and video, on the mobile app Telegram. The reports take on the trappings of mainstream journalism, with "Breaking News" headings, and embedded reporters at the scenes of ISIL battles.