Sunday, February 10, 2008

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Fring Adds New Features to Make Mobile IM Even More PC-like
If you have a Symbian or Windows Mobile device and you aren’t using this app, well we suppose that’s ok if you don’t have any friends. If you do have a need to communicate with the outside world though, we definitely recommend that you check out fring. The application provides Instant Messaging via Skype, MSN, AIM, GTalk, Yahoo, ICQ and its own platform. You’ve also got VoIP through Skype (yes, Skype VoIP over your data connection - no callback nonsense), any SIP provider and the fring VoIP p

Jonathan Christensen: Leadoff Keynote Speaker at eComm 2008
Rising like a phoenix out of the ashes of eTel, Lee Dryburgh has taken the leadership in establishing a new conference that covers the bleeding edge of emerging communications. To be held at the Computer Museum in Mountain View, CA March 12-14, 2008, eComm2008, the Emerging Communications Conference, features sessions led by industry gurus with visions of radically altering the telecommunications industry into an open platform world. eComm brings out the visionaries, emergent technologies,

mig33 hits 10m users and launches Blackberry application
mig33 just keeps on getting bigger. They’ve hit the massively impressive 10 million user mark worldwide. Now they’re gunning for America with news today that they’ve launched a Blackberry version of their application. It’s been a little while since I last tried out mig33 — and it’s done quite a lot of evolving. It now offers voip, picture sharing, email along with text and instant messaging services. Get this: mig33 is generating 2 million user sessions per day. PER DAY. 45 million messag

Microsoft TouchTab
Rumors are flying around about a special multitouch/touchscreen tablet coming from Microsoft in a year or two. This may sound surprising, considering Microsoft doesn't make hardware for Windows OS, but it seems like they are. I think this is due to the fact that most PC makers just don't understand how mobile computing should work. I think this is suppose to be a joint-project between multiple hardware companies with Microsoft - all expecting a share of the profits when it sells. TouchTab is su


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