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  2. Zinc (company) - Wikipedia

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    Zinc Inc. (renamed from Cotap Inc, Jun 2016) is a San Francisco-based company that sells a mobile messaging application for businesses. Unlike consumer-focused apps such as Whatsapp and WeChat that require phone numbers, Cotap allows users to find and connect with other users who share their corporate email domain.

  3. Instant messaging - Wikipedia

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    Instant messaging (IM) technology is a type of online chat allowing real-time text transmission over the Internet or another computer network.Messages are typically transmitted between two or more parties, when each user inputs text and triggers a transmission to the recipient(s), who are all connected on a common network.

  4. Comparison of cross-platform instant messaging clients ...

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    The landscape for instant messaging involves cross-platform instant messaging clients that can handle one or multiple protocols. The following table compares general and technical information for cross-platform instant messaging clients in active development, each of which have their own article that provide further information.

  5. ooVoo - Wikipedia

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    ooVoo was a video chat and a messaging app developed by ooVoo LLC and owned by Krush Technologies, LLC. ooVoo had applications for Android, iOS, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, Windows Phone, and Facebook.

  6. Electron (software framework) - Wikipedia

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    Electron (formerly known as Atom Shell) is a free and open-source software framework developed and maintained by GitHub. It allows for the development of desktop GUI applications using web technologies: it combines the Chromium rendering engine and the Node.js runtime.

  7. End-to-end encryption - Wikipedia

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    End-to-end encryption (E2EE) is a system of communication where only the communicating users can read the messages. In principle, it prevents potential eavesdroppers – including telecom providers, Internet providers, and even the provider of the communication service – from being able to access the cryptographic keys needed to decrypt the conversation.

  8. XMPP - Wikipedia

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    Every user on the network has a unique XMPP address, called JID (for historical reasons, XMPP addresses are often called Jabber IDs).The JID is structured like an email address with a username and a domain name (or IP address) for the server where that user resides, separated by an at sign (@) - for example, “alice@example.com“: here alice is the username and example.com the server with ...

  9. Messages (Google) - Wikipedia

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    History. The original code for Android SMS messaging was released in 2009 integrated into the Operating System. It was released as a standalone application independent of Android with the release of Android 5.0 Lollipop in 2014, replacing Google Hangouts as the default SMS app on Google's Nexus line of phones.