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Google Hangouts is here, a unified cross-platform messaging service
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Google Hangouts is here, a unified cross-platform messaging service

Google has finally taken the curtains off the much-anticipated new chat app, dubbed Hangouts. The chatting application combines typed conversations, images and

Google Babel has been rebranded as Hangouts
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Google Babel has been rebranded as Hangouts

Google has been working on its unified messaging service, which the company had earlier dubbed Babel. According to TechCrunch however, the search giant is

Google Babel to bring notification syncing, 800+ emoji, 'first-class' iOS experience
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Google Babel to bring notification syncing, 800+ emoji, 'first-class' iOS experience

Google's unified messaging system, Babel, may very well change the way heavy Google users communicate. The folks at Droid Life...

Leaked G-chat redesign screenshots confirm Google Babel’s existence
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Leaked G-chat redesign screenshots confirm Google Babel’s existence

Lo and behold. Babel is very real and about to make communicating over Google’s services much easier. After nearly a month of hints in Google codes and...

Babel app reference spotted in Gmail notification and Google code crash log
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Babel app reference spotted in Gmail notification and Google code crash log

Last month, we first heard about a possible unified messaging service called Google Babble, which would bring a better IM and communication experience to

Google Babble to launch as Babel; coming to Android, Chrome, iOS, G+ and Gmail
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Google Babble to launch as Babel; coming to Android, Chrome, iOS, G+ and Gmail

We have been hearing about a possible unified messaging service by Google, but till now it was assumed the service would only hit Google’s Android and

Google's unified messaging app Babble coming to Android and Chrome OS
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Google's unified messaging app Babble coming to Android and Chrome OS

For a long time now Android users have looked on with envy at Apple’s iMessage and BlackBerry Messenger. The world’s most popular mobile platform,