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Microsoft ditches Windows Live Messenger for Skype

In a controversial move, Microsoft is set to close down its free iconic instant messenger service Windows Live Messenger, replacing it with Skype, the video chat service it bought in May last year. Windows Live Messenger was first released as MSN Messenger back in 1999, and is still behind only Yahoo! Messenger in the global IM market. However, Windows Live Messenger’s audience shrank by 48% last year, according to internet analysis firm Comscore. Windows Live Messenger is used by over 330 million people but Skype has over 600 million users.

08/11/2012  |  Full story...

Microsoft blocks Pirate Bay links

Microsoft has begun blocking links to The Pirate Bay's website on its Windows Live Messenger platform. The software giant claimed that it had acted to combat malware, rather than piracy. Users who attempt to add The Pirate Bay links to their messages prompt a warning saying that: "The link you tried to send was blocked because it was reported as unsafe."

28/03/2012  |  Full story...

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