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There is nothing more important that being able to communication with ease between smart phones, tablets, and PCs. Companies and employees alike are in a technological world where being connected and able to communicate 24/7 is necessary. Now a new utility, GreenJab, will make the process that much easier.
An Irish budget airline, Ryanair, has devised a new mobile chat application that will allow iPhone and Android device owners to make phone calls similar to the globally popular live chat tool, Skype, meaning they will be able to call each other via a Wi-Fi connection.
Allowing users to access Facebook directly from the browser, Mozilla's latest update of its Firefox Web browser, released earlier this week, includes Facebook Messenger for Firefox, which brings two key Facebook features into the Mozilla browser, notifications and instant messaging.
Online employers use the Internet to reach out to people via their websites, forums and online communities. Chatwing recently debuted a new chat widget that will help online employers recruit personnel leveraging a user-friendly chat application.
Only a year ago, it would be hard to believe that texting with cell phones is on the decline. But, latest data confirms that trend. A new report issued by a technology and strategy consulting firm shows that sending text messages using cell phones has dropped.
Chatwing, a company committed to facilitate global connectivity, released yet another global chat app, which is easy to install, use and customize and supports real-time connectivity all over the world.
Social networking sites are increasingly being used as effective customer service tools and a number of entrepreneurs use their Twitter accounts to reach out to more customers. The latest chat widget from Chatwing enables Twitter entrepreneurs to chat with their customers from the press of a button.