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Hashtag Trending – Tesla being sabotaged, Uber tests new cheaper fare feature, autoplay video ads coming to Facebook Messenger

Tesla is apparently being sabotaged, Uber is testing a new feature that lets passengers wait for cheaper fares, and Facebook is putting autoplay video ads in your private messages.

Microsoft pulls plug on blog platform

Blogs on Windows Live Spaces will be moved onto Wordpress under a partnership announced Monday. Blog publishers have six months to migrate

Calgary firm puts listings on Live Messenger

Multiplied Media Corporation has partnered with in Canada as well as in the United States to integrate directories into Microsoft

Microsoft appeals Korea antitrust ruling

Microsoft Corp. on Monday filed an appeal to the Seoul High Court in South Korea seeking to reverse a decision by the country's antitrust regulators that included an order to offer versions of its popular Windows operating system without its Media Player and Instant Messenger software.n

3GSM: Mobile phone IM service set to go global

Several of the world's largest mobile phone operators have agreed to offer instant messaging (IM) across their networks as part of an initiative to make IM service globally available and interoperable.

IBM revamps Sametime enterprise IM platform

IBM Corp. unveiled an improved version of its Sametime enterprise IM (instant-message) platform Monday, announcing integration with public IM services from America Online Inc., Yahoo Inc. and Google Inc. Lotus Sametime 7.5, slated for mid-2006, will have a new multiprotocol gateway that will allow its users to communicate with those on public IM networks, Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk, AOL's AIM and ICQ and Apple Computer Inc.'s iChat.

Microsoft, MCI join forces to tackle SkypeOut

Microsoft Corp. and telecommunications provider MCI Inc. announced Tuesday a multi-year partnership to offer software and services that will allow users to call from a PC to almost any phone in the world.

VON: Microsoft, Qwest team up on VOIP

Microsoft Corp. and Qwest Communications International Inc. Tuesday revealed they are collaborating to provide VOIP (voice over Internet protocol) and other telecommunications convergence services to small and medium-sized business customers (SMBs), making Qwest the first service provider to leverage Microsoft's recently launched VOIP software suite.

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