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Facebook’s Secret Weapon: the “Gmail Killer” By Ji Hyun Park on November 12, 2010 3:46 PM

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By the postal look of the press invites Facebook sent on Thursday, those rumors of a fully featured webmail product for the social network might be true. Titan, more affectionately known within the Facebook team as the “Gmail killer,” could fix the outof-date messaging platform to include a personal @facebook.com email address. AllFacebook has details on the possible features: The next developer platform – You’d be able to attach any type of file. Organization by strength of relationship – This could possibly trump Gmail’s “Priority Inbox”.

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client could give access to Microsoft Office Web Apps. Will Titan reinvent the inbox as sources within Facebook claim? We’ll see on Monday at, oh, 10:01 am when the fail whales start popping up. RELATED: 100M+ Professionals Are Now LinkedIn Digg CEO Matt Williams: Kevin Rose’s Role Not Changing Japanese-Language YouTube Person Finder Launches GetGlue Rolls Out BlackBerry App Tags: Facebook

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