Outlook.com Gets Google Talk Chat

Making little sense, Microsoft’s announcement comes after Microsoft received much feedback from the user community requesting the ability to chat with Google Talk users spurring the software giant to start work on integrating Google’s Talk features by way of the Google Talk API. This of course offers the limit of having only the text feature of Google Talk conversation via Outlook.com with no support for photos of video, at least just for now. Read the full story here.



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