May 21, 2008

"The recently launched Facebook Chat has made waves, mainly because Facebook has so many users, and it automatically appears without requiring a software download or installation of a widget. Now there are reports that Facebook is working on extending Facebook Chat with Jabber/XMPP support.

What do this mean to you? Well, the upside is that it will be easier for third-party developers to integrate their instant messaging program with Facebook Chat. For example, you could soon use AIM or Google Talk to see and chat with your Facebook contacts. Conversely, adding Jabber/XMPP support to Facebook Chat may also allow the reverse; you could potentially contact your friends on Google Chat (as one example) from Facebook Chat..."
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