AOL Becomes Symbian Partner
Apr 24, 2003, 10:24 AM by (staff)
Symbian and America Online today announced that America Online has joined Symbian's Platinum Program. As part of the agreement, America Online will develop its wireless instant messaging services - AOL® Instant Messenger™ and ICQ® – as well as its leading predictive text input software, T9® Text Input, for Symbian OS™ mobile phones. Symbian OS is used in smartphones from manufacturers such as Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Siemens and Sony Ericsson.
Facebook Messenger Takes a Shot at Snapchat with 'Days'
Mar 9, 2017
Facebook is updating its Messenger application with disappearing stories that behave similar to those of Snapchat and Instagram. The feature, called Messenger Day, lets people create short stories made up of photos and videos and then share them with their Facebook friends.
Sony's Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact Let You Scan 3D Objects
Aug 31, 2017
Sony today announced the XZ1 and XZ1 Compact smartphones, two metal-clad flagships that pair novel features with classic Sony looks. The phones share nearly all specs and capabilities, with the XZ1 Compact downgrading only a few components due to its smaller size.
Sony Xperia XZ Steps Up Camera Tech
Sep 1, 2016
Sony today showed off the Xperia XZ smartphone, a high-end follow-up to the Xperia X series devices from earlier this year. For the XZ, Sony said it concentrated on improving the camera and video camera performance, as well as further refining its design language.
Facebook Seeks to Improve Bots for People, Brands, and Developers
Apr 18, 2017
Facebook today announced major changes to its Messenger platform that should make bots easier to find and use. To start, Messenger now includes a Discover tab where people can recall recently used bots, as well as use a free-form search field to seek out new bots.