Posts tagged Windows Live Messenger Wave 4
Long Zheng reports that Microsoft Australia will be offering a sneak peek at the upcoming iteration of Hotmail and Messenger on 18th May. Alex Parsons, Director of Marketing and MSN Products will be performing the host duties. Long Zheng got hold of this news via an event invitation sent out to a number of Australian Bloggers.
A french site who has fallen in love with Windows Live Messenger has revealed something that Windows Live Wave 4 fans have been waiting for impatiently – the public beta release date for Windows Live Messenger Wave 4. 21 June is the expected release date for the messenger that promises to bring a lot on the table.
Finally, Microsoft has broken the silence that surrounded the Windows Live Wave 4 and more importantly the upcoming Windows Live Messenger. As a matter of fact, Steve Ballmer is in Brazil to give a preview of Windows Live Messenger Wave 4. Read after the jump to see what’s coming in the next iteration of IM client.
As many of you know, Microsoft has already launched Bing for iPhone. What about Windows Live Messenger for the iPhone? Well, Microsoft is working on it. As a matter of fact, the first official screenshots of the IM client has been unveiled thanks to Neowin.
The recently concluded MIX10 event didn’t bring any good news or beta releases for Windows Live Wave 4 fans. Windows Live Essentials Wave 4 build has been leaked onto the Internet. The downside to this Beta is that it is only available for Beta testers. However some smart fellow has been kind enough to post a patch for it that will allow you to use Windows Live Messenger aka Windows Live Messenger 2010.
A new Windows Live Messenger Wave 4 screenshot has leaked out. The leaked screenshot brings nothing but good news and a smile on your face since it unveils a useful and interesting set of features that the next iteration of Windows Live Messenger will bring. As expected, social networking is at the heart of your favorite chat client but that’s not the only aspect that is going to get enhanced as you will find out after the jump.
Back in December, we shared with you the leaked screenshots for Windows Live Messenger 2010 which promised a lot for the upcoming Windows Live Messenger version. Well more screenshots have been leaked out. This time folks at Live Sino are the source making this outstanding contribution as they share with us the screenshots of an internal Live Messenger build.