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Once the dominant force in digital messaging and a source of innovations other companies spun off into billions of dollars of businesses, AIM is now mostly dormant.Mashable sat down with three of the early engineers of the program to learn about its origins, why AOL never quite embraced the concept of a free messaging service, getting hacked by Microsoft and the features that never quite made it to users. It had risen above competitors in Prodigy and Compu Serve to become the dominant Internet service provider for American households.AIM is also available on mobile devices running Android and i OS.Refer to the links below to download AIM Mobile for Android and i OS.When we think about the spectacular collapses of once untouchable Internet properties, companies like My Space and come to mind.

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Barry Appelman, Eric Bosco and Jerry Harris worked at AOL in the 1990s and early 2000s as engineers on AOL Instant Messenger, known commonly as AIM. Appelman and Bosco programmed in the Unix operating system.

Here's a look at the important advances of instant messaging made over the past 50 years.

The phrase "instant messaging" entered common usage in the early 1990s, but the concept actually dates back to the mid-1960s.

Sitting with them and talking about the program, they exude pride for what they built and how it impacted the Internet. " During our conversation, the term "innovator's dilemma" is thrown around a few times.

Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen coined the term, which is the title of his renowned book. The app, which Facebook bought for billion, is essentially what they worked on in the mid 90s — messaging over the Internet.

Barry Appelman, Eric Bosco and Jerry Harris worked at AOL in the 1990s and early 2000s as engineers on AOL Instant Messenger, known commonly as AIM. Appelman and Bosco programmed in the Unix operating system.Here's a look at the important advances of instant messaging made over the past 50 years.The phrase "instant messaging" entered common usage in the early 1990s, but the concept actually dates back to the mid-1960s.Sitting with them and talking about the program, they exude pride for what they built and how it impacted the Internet. " During our conversation, the term "innovator's dilemma" is thrown around a few times.Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen coined the term, which is the title of his renowned book. The app, which Facebook bought for billion, is essentially what they worked on in the mid 90s — messaging over the Internet.If you are logging in to AIM 7.5 or an earlier version and see an error message like the one below, this is an indicator that you must upgrade to the latest version of AIM to continue using the service.