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Jennifer Megan

Google news for mobile - 0 views

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    Google news for mobile seems to be an almost indispensable tool for users on the move. Google now enhances the service. The official Google Mobile blogspot shares a completely new Google News offering for iPhone, Android, and Palm Pre users.
Frank Hamm

How to Manage Twitter - 0 views

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    Chris Brogan: "At the time of this writing, I have over 91,000 Twitter followers. No, I don't read every word they type. No, I don't recommend that you try to get 10s of thousands of followers. But I'm frequently asked how I keep up with everyone, and so, I'm going to update something I wrote once before in November of 2008. I hope this is useful to you. "
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Posterous : Post Your Images to Popular Twitter clients With New API - 0 views

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    Recently Posterous joined Twitpic for sharing images on Twitter. Posterous is a simple place to post anything including images, videos, mp3 and files by sending an email to post@posterous.com in reply you can see your post at http://yourname.posterous.com.Posterous new API let users to post your image to some of the most popular Twitter clients either from desktop or from your iPhone.
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Smub.it : Save and Share Tweet, Facebook and Digg from Your Mobile - 0 views

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    People today read latest topics and updates via mobile phones. Reading the tweet, Facebook updates and your favorite Digg is possible in phone, but still share the information is still challenging for for phone app makers. Recently i read about Smub.it, it offers simple social sharing and bookmarking tool that proves especially useful for iPhone and other smart phone users.
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New Yahoo! Messenger for the iPhone - 0 views

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    Yahoo! recently announces the all new Yahoo! Messenger for the iPhone application. Finally Yahoo! Messenger is now available for iPhone.Now you can take the best of Yahoo! Messenger with you and stay in touch with friends through your iPhone or iPod Touch, no matter where you are.
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Flash On Most Smartphones: Not Yet. Flash on the iPhone: Maybe Never - 0 views

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    Reading between the lines and past the Adobe Flash Lite Distributable Player, Adobe's announcement prior to this year's Mobile World Congress isn't all that exciting.In short, the full version of Flash is coming to most smartphones - Android, Symbian, Windows Mobile devices, as well as Palm Pre - in early 2010. Which pretty much means they'll really be announcing it at the next year's MWC.
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