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Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Google Talk marks first year with upgrade

CNET News.com: "Google Talk, which is celebrating its first birthday with an upgrade, will let people easily transfer files and leave other people voice mail beginning Wednesday.
Now people who use the instant messaging and voice chat service will be able to click a 'send file' button, choose which document, photo or other file to send, and transmit it through a chat window as a thumbnail that can be displayed in full size.
People also can leave each other voice mail by either initiating a call that is then unanswered or without initiating a call and going straight into voice mail. Users of Gmail, Google's e-mail service, can play the voice mail without having to download anything. But people who use other e-mail software will have to download the MP3 voice mail attachment to hear it."
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