Google Acquires SayNow and Adds it to Google Voice Team
Jan 26, 2011, 8:35 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Google has purchased a small company called SayNow for an undisclosed sum. According to SayNow's web site, it runs a platform allowing voicemails, one-to-one phone calls and conference calls to be integrated into social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and MySpace, as well as into iPhone and Android applications. SayNow said that Google will add its platform to Google Voice, though neither company announced any specific plans or products resulting from the acquisition.
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