More details emerged about Google’s upcoming unified messaging service. An alleged internal Google memo revealed some of the features of the app, as well as which services would be merged into Babel.
Google is gearing up its new unified chat service, and, according to some new reports, will be named “Babel” instead of “Babble” as previously reported.
According to a report quoting multiple sources, Google’s unified messaging service will be dubbed Babble. Combining the functionality of Google’s many communication apps, Babble will likely be shown off at Google I/O.
A closer look at the upcoming Chrome notification center suggests unified notifications, which may include services on a user’s Android devices. Is Google Now coming to Chrome?
You know that icon suggesting a unified messaging app is coming? It actually belongs to an internal testing app, says the developer that first revealed it.