Imo Invites Meebo Users To Import Their Chat History To Imo

Imo Invites Meebo Users To Import Their Chat History To Imo

Google recently acquired Meebo, the popular messaging service. As soon as the search giant had acquired the company, Meebo shed a whole lot of features it had been offering for a very long time. Naturally, Meebo users have been looking for alternatives on the web now. One such alternative is Imo, a web-based messaging service, which has now offered Meebo users to import their chat history to Imo.

By On June 22, 2012 Respond
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Meebo Discontinues After Google Acquisition

Meebo Discontinues After Google Acquisition

We reported earlier that the search engine giant, Google, was gearing up to acquire Meebo. The speculation turned out to be spot-on as Google acquired the start-up earlier this week. We have been waiting for some after-effects of this acquisition to manifest and now, they are here. Meebo has announced that it will be abandoning a number of its products.

By On June 10, 2012 Respond
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QuickOffice Acquired By Google

QuickOffice Acquired By Google

Acquisitions are a norm in the tech world. What is significant about these acquisitions, though, is that they contain hints as to where a tech company is headed. For instance, the search giant, Google has now acquired a mobile productivity company, Quickoffice. Google plans to improve its own apps development through this acquisition.

By On June 6, 2012 Respond
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Google Plans On Buying Meebo

Google Plans On Buying Meebo

Meebo has been a well-known name in the tech world. It initially started off as an instant-messaging service that was web-based and was able to emulate popular IM services such as Yahoo etc. Now, All Things D has reported that according to unnamed sources, Google is planning to acquire Meebo for $100 million.

By On May 13, 2012 Respond
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