lunes, 2 de julio de 2007

Guinnes Double Vision

Guinness / Double vision


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Vodafone bring us the best of Internet;

The Spanish mobile Operator just "packed" some of the best services on the web, on his wap portal, this includes acces to 200 Youtube videos, Google Maps, etc... In some of them you´ll have to pay 3 euros / month to see the content plus your normal data rate...

Vodafone nos trae Internet al móvil

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New Mobio widgets

4 new social media/web widgets plus video demo

Just announced ... we have 4 new social media/web widgets running “on Mobio”. If you’ve downloaded the GetMobio lifestyle portal and have it on your mobile phone, you’ll find the new widgets for Twitter, Digg, Kaboodle, and My RSS are ready and waiting for you. If you’ve yet to GetMobio ... well here’s 4 more terrific reasons to download. Meanwhile, enjoy this video demo posted on YouTube:Relevant LinkMobio Launches New Mobile Social Media Widgets Press Release

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TwitterMail - Escribir en Twitter mandando email


Now it´s available a new service by Twitter TwitterMail wich allows you to write in twitter by email.

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Curious way to made a home page Interesting

Symbaloo is a Search Start Page

Symbaloo is a front page of sorts, offering much in the way of search and centralized access to other links you frequent on the Internet.

With this service, you get tiny modules that have been bunched together by default for many of your every day purposes: travel and shopping search, music and torrents, podcasts and RSS feeds. These can be rearranged, added to and deleted, according to your preferences. Symbaloo has left a few boxes empty for you to insert your own modules based on its existing options (such as a weather widget) or a custom URL. A search box in the center of the screen lets you perform a regular keyword search, or a specific search based on a module you’ve chosen; for instance, clicking on the dictionary module gives you the option to do a search, and a drop down menu allows you to choose Merriam Webster or Wiktionary instead. Your actual search results will appear in a new browser window.

While the main function of Symbaloo is currently for search purposes, it could easily evolve into something that resembles Pageflakes or Netvibes, which has more widget and ajax functionality. I’m also concerned that Symbaloo doesn’t let you create accounts in any way. While your changes will be saved on your computer, utilizing a public computer or needing to access your Symbaloo setting from another location won’t be possible.

See also: 14 Personalized Homepages Compared, Feature by Feature

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Pownce is moving fast

Put Pownce on Facebook

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We just go notified (via Pownce) that you can now put Pownce on Facebook, thanks to the efforts of Jake Jarvis. The Pownce application for Facebook displays updates from you and your friends in little speech bubbles (or rectangles, technically). These Facebook apps are literally getting developed in a matter of hours.

Apologies to Leah et al if our Pownce invites drive caused the reported performance issues - you seem to have coped amicably and I’m seeing nothing but positive reviews.


Recommended: MySpace News - MySpace Launching News Site

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Jaiku on iPhone

Jaiku on Your iPhone

Jaiku has created a mobile version of its micro-blogging service for the iPhone, and has launched it just now.

The iPhone version of Jaiku looks and functions in a very similar manner to the web version, and lets you post and receive updates for your network. Jaiku already had a strong mobile integration, working closely with Nokia for an improved feature set and the inclusion of its service with the Widsets mobile widget catalog. Jaiku is clearly looking to take the lead over Twitter in the micro-blogging arena by offering its services in all relevant ecosystems for leveraging purposes (the iPhone being the most recently anticipated platform for which an ecosystem will emerge), as it was quick to launch its Facebook application as well. While Jaiku remains focused on its web-based and mobile blogging tools being available in as many places as possible, Twitter continues to support its own growing ecosystem.

See also: 500,000 iPhones

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