The end of Microsoft Messenger, Amazon delivers to Staples, an orchestra of printers perform a Bob Dylan classic, and Donald Trump has a Twitter meltdown.
In this episode of GeekBeat, we talk about the end of Microsoft Messenger and its folding over into Skype, which Microsoft recently purchased. Plus, Staples joins 7-Eleven in hosting Amazon lockers in their stores. Also, Donald Trump goes on a political Twitter rant and a printer orchestra performs Bob Dylan.
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The features of Microsoft Messenger (including buddy lists) are being moved into Skype, except in China where Messenger will live on.
You'll soon be able to pick up items purchased through Amazon at a local Staples store, thanks to the Amazon Lockers program.
Dylan told us that the times are a-changing, and Brother drives it home once again with this rendition of the folk rock classic by an orchestra of printers and hard drives.