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Facebook informed users—reportedly some 2,000, all in California—that the service will no longer be available after Jan. 19.
Casey Newton of The Verge reported that contractors that had been working on M will be offered other jobs in the company.
A Facebook spokesperson said, “We launched this project to learn what people needed and expected of an assistant, and we learned a lot.