Flick.IM's Back With IM As A Platform

The guys who spent a lazy weekend writing a free iPhone IM client that currently has 30,000 users, Flick.IM, are back with a web chat client for AIM, MSN, Google Talk, ICQ, and Jabber. I know, another

eBuddy Adds MySpace Instant Messaging

European web chat startup eBuddy, which is in a fight-to-the-death struggle with Silicon Valley based Meebo, just added support for MySpace instant messaging tor their product. eBuddy now supports MyS

Mundu Has A Great iPhone Chat Application. Why Will They Charge For It?

One of the bigger letdowns of the iPhone is a lack of instant messaging support. Last month we took a look at FlickIM one of the first iPhone-specific chat applications (but only for AIM). Older web c

Snimmer – Test It If You Dare

Newly-launched Snimmer has a glimmer of a great idea, but don’t test it unless you are very careful and/or prepared to apologize to your instant messaging contacts all evening. I wasn’t. L

The New eBuddy Delivers Improved User Experience

Web IM service eBuddy launched a new version this week that delivers an improved user experience. The company, which competes head on with Meebo, has completely overhauled its web based IM platform wi

eBuddy Announces 5 Million Euros from Lowland Capital

Web IM service eBuddy announced its first round of funding today, taking 5 Million Euros (about $6.25 million USD) from Lowland Capital Partners. Both eBuddy (formerly known as e-Messenger) and its fu

E-Messenger raises funds, relaunches as eBuddy.com

The battle of the Ajax web chat services took a new turn today when old-school E-messenger.net relaunched as Ebuddy.com. The Netherlands based company has also secured a round of funding from an as ye

E-Messenger gets Ajax Religion

Amsterdam-based e-messenger.net had the web chat market all to themselves before Meebo came along and stomped all over them, matching their traffic in four short months and raising venture capital fro