Latest BigString Corporation Stories

2008-11-10 15:00:10

YesWeCan.com entered into a private-label distribution agreement with BigString Corporation (OTCBB: BSGC) for its self-destructing email and instant messaging services. The web site http://www.YesWeCan.com is a political destination on the web that is "free of partisan bickering and negativity," stated David Butler, President and CEO. "YesWeCan.com attracts anyone interested in coming together to discuss and share ideas about the many challenges of our world. Politics is about people, not...

2008-10-22 09:00:18

A new Short Message Service (SMS) text messaging application for BlackBerry phones that permits both personal and business users to send self-destructing text messages and pictures, has been released by BigString Corporation (OTCBB: BSGC). In addition to providing BigString's self-destructing features to SMS text users, the application also permits sending self-destructing messages to multiple recipients through the application's group feature and sending graphic rich messages including...

2008-07-14 09:00:28

BigString Corporation (OTC BB: BSGC), a provider of social networking messaging applications user-controllable email and instant messaging (IM) services, announced today the acquisition of Buddystumbler.com, an IM-based social network that allows users to meet people via free online chats on AOL AIM, Yahoo Messenger, MSN Messenger and Google Talk. The website will be integrated with BigString IM, the company's new cross-platform IM application. In exchange for Buddystumbler.com, as well...

2008-07-08 09:00:30

A new web-based, cross-platform, instant messaging (IM) application that enables users to send self-destructing or regular IMs across AOL's AIM, Yahoo's Messenger, MSN's Messenger and Google's Gtalk has been introduced by BigString Corporation (OTCBB: BSGC). The free web application incorporates BigString's patent-pending IM technology that allows a user to send IMs which self-destruct without being copied, logged or screen-printed by the recipient. The free service is available at...

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