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Tuesday, 20 March 2007 14:02

Google talk can be embedded

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Search engine company Google has released an HTML script so that Web designers can embed the Google Talk application into a web page. Although Google Talk was originally meant to be a PC application it failed to attract customers who were using AIM and MSN Messenger.


The HTML scrip puts the Google Talk interface in a Flash media player that requires no additional downloads.

 
While it does not offer Google Talk's full functionality Google is hoping that more people will become aware of the program and embed it into their Myspace sites.

Google also has issues with its investors as they are concerned about the possibility to grow. We will tell you all about it in a separate part.

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