Comments: 0Monday, March 10th 2008 - 17:56 CET
Clip in Touch, the developer and marketer of personalized content solutions for web and mobile messaging, announced the launch of its latest family of personalized mobile messaging solutions. Designed with an easy to use interface, the solutions allow mobile phone and web users to create individualized video messages with that extra personal touch. With just a few simple clicks, users can mix video, music, text and images to make the personal appear professional. The completed message can be sent either over the web, mobile phone network or both.
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Comments: 0Thursday, March 6th 2008 - 10:16 CET
GyPSii, the world's leading geo-location and social networking service provider for mobile phones and Internet devices, is now available on the Apple iPhone - Apple's market-leading high-end mobile device. The Apple iPhone has shipped more than five million units worldwide since its launch in 2007. The new web-based GyPSii iPhone application integrates its multiple services into a single interface, making it easy for users to enjoy a wide range of new and exciting location-based features and services, along with social networking - all using the fluid, intuitive touch-screen user interface of the Apple iPhone.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, February 27th 2008 - 10:56 CET
NEC Corporation, a provider of Next Generation IP Voice and Media service solutions, announced that their intention to connect the virtual world, namely "Second Life" to the real world using their SCI Platform solution. SCI Platform, which incorporates components of NEC's Service Delivery Platform (SDP) for providers of IP voice and multimedia services, will liberate currently closed virtual world communications and connect them to the real world by using a unique `NEC communicator` placed in Second Life world.
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Comments: 0Friday, February 8th 2008 - 10:16 CET
Movius Interactive Corporation, a global leader in messaging, collaboration and mobile media solutions, announced it will be demonstrating a number of its next-generation applications at the Mobile World Congress 2008, in Barcelona. Movius, formerly known as IP Unity Glenayre, recently unveiled its new name and expanded strategic focus and will be using this forum to showcase some new applications for the first time.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, January 30th 2008 - 17:26 CET
Following 9 months of close collaboration, ChangingWorlds and O2 UK together have designed and delivered a highly sophisticated, personalized and content centric mobile. The new O2 Active portal concept was devised and validated with in-depth market and end user research and is supported on an enterprise-level platform built by ChangingWorlds. Supporting some of the highest mobile portal traffic in the UK and with over 400 content partners integrated into the O2 portal domain, the new O2 Active portal offers subscribers a huge choice of mobile data services that are highly personalized with individually targeted content.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 25th 2008 - 17:16 CET
WorldMate, Inc., the leading provider of mobile travel services for the road warrior and frequent flier, announced the launch of its mobile travel solution for Windows Mobile Professional Pocket PCs at no charge to road warriors. As a result, it now supports all major smartphone platforms through its Freemium business model. Subscribers across the globe can download the application for free from virtually any mobile device.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 25th 2008 - 17:14 CET
At events such as the CES in Las Vegas this week, handset vendors create excitement around their new mobiles with ever-greater functionality, including built-in email platforms. Therefore, Momail can be easily enabled on these handsets to provide fast and economical mobile email which works with consumer's current email providers. Examples of new mobiles now supported by Momail are: the Cruise and P6500 from HTC; the "3G for all" winner KU250 from LG; the video mobile RIZR Z10 from Motorola; 3110 from Nokia; Samsung i620 and i780; and, the K618, W350, W760 and stylish Z555 from Sony Ericsson.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 25th 2008 - 17:10 CET
In today’s rapidly changing business environment, it is more important than ever for businesses to use the most appropriate, cost effective and efficient methods to advance their organization’s goals. To help simplify the process, Alltel Wireless, America’s largest network, providing service across the nation, announced the expansion of AlltelSolutions. The site, designed for business customers, now offers expanded solutions by device, enhanced customer usability functions and the Alltel Solution Finder, a free search tool designed to help businesses discover and deploy devices, applications and service plans that are customized to their business needs.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, January 2nd 2008 - 13:23 CET
With more than three million Apple iPhones expected in consumers’ hands by the end of 2007, Voice 2.0 company Talkster is delivering an special holiday gift to Apple iPhone users: simplified group conference calling all over the globe for the cost of a single local call. Although the intuitive Apple iPhone comes with a simple method for adding additional people into an existing conversation, the process becomes tedious and complex when adding a third, fourth or fifth caller to the conference.
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Comments: 0Friday, December 28th 2007 - 10:59 CET
My Mobile Vault, an innovative provider of mobile phone backup and synchronization services, announces its search for affiliate marketers to distribute My Mobile Vault. My Mobile Vault saves mobile phone contact data and prevents the data from being lost when replacing a mobile phone. Lou Altman, My Mobile Vault President, said, “My Mobile Vault backs up phone contacts and appointments over the air (OTA) to a secure server. The contact list is then easily moved to the new mobile phone.”
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