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No more winks, nudges, or shoddy modem connections cutting into your emoticon battles with your best friend (everyone did that, right?): Microsofts MSN Messenger will officially be signing off Oct. 31. 

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Microsoft’s MSN Messenger, or Windows Live Messenger as it’s now known, will be fully retired on October 31st. The software maker originally announced its plans to shift users over to Skype last year, but Microsoft kept the service running in China. MSN Messenger started off life in 1999 as a rival to AOL’s AIM service. Both companies […]

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Since Saturday, there’s a worm actively spreading through (mainly) Skype as well as Messenger (Windows Messenger, Microsoft MSN Messenger). Someone who’s infected with this worm will send you the following message: The link refers to goo.gl and is actually Google’s URL Shortener service. You’ll land on Hotfile.com, which is a legitimate file sharing website. (it’s […]

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