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Sources say that Amazon has been working on its own video messaging service, which it plans to unveil during its re: Invent AWS conference later this month.

News of Amazon’s possible purchase of Biba Systems first surfaced last week, when Geek Wire found some Delaware filings that spoke of a merger with an entity called “Justin Acquisition” in September 2015.

There was no direct mention of Amazon in the Justin Acquisition document, but the filing included the name of a paralegal employed at the time by Amazon.

Amazon never responded to our request (or Geek Wire’s, it seems) for comment on the story. We discovered some direct links between Biba and Amazon that point to both Biba’s technology and employees now being part of Amazon.

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We've tried to make sense of it all below ahead of this weekend's Grey Marle Music Vol.

There is some logic to Amazon expanding apps and software that it offers over AWS.(Its founders also founded video service Justin.tv, which was shut down to focus on Twitch.) Today, the vast majority of Twitch’s 45 million-user audience is made up of gamers, who broadcast themselves or watch others playing games and comment on them.But there have been other efforts to expand that into other areas like food and art.Amazon’s purchases of Twitch and Elemental Technologies appear to be only two parts of a bigger strategy at the company to move deeper into video services through acquisition.Last year, the marketplace and cloud computing giant also quietly acquired a startup out of San Francisco called Biba Systems, which develops and operates video messaging apps aimed at business users.

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