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Tag: mobile web 2.0

  • The Rise of Mobile, the Fall of Nothing

    Our relationship with technology is constantly evolving. From the emergence of computers as consumer devices to the growth of the Internet as an information resource and then as a channel for communication and interaction, we have a more personal relationship with technology than at any other point in human history.

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  • IBM, Eurotech Propose Paho Open Source Project for 'Internet of Things'

    IBM and Eurotech submitted a proposal to the Eclipse Foundation open source community for a device connectivity solution that would connect smart objects with physical world systems. The proposal says that by 2020, the number of connected physical world devices should be in the range of 50 billion, with a

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  • The Great Flash for the iPhone Fake Out

    Yes, Flash has been brought to the iPhone. No, you can't view Flash-based Web content on the iPhone. Kind of a rough deal, right? But wait, not all is lost! In this case, luck befalls the developers yet again. At this year's Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles, Adobe (

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  • Azingo Hopes To Mix Up Mobile World With Linux-Based Browser

    Attention! The mobile world’s cluster of hopeful operating systems just got slightly bigger thanks to Azingo, who recently announced the Azingo Mobile Platform 2.0. Based on Linux and other open source innovations, the platform enters our ring of competitors bravely with dukes up, sporting a powerful browser and Web

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  • Adobe and Apple Team to Bring Flash to the iPhone

    Apple and Adobe both strive to be the coveted number one in their respective industries. Continually, the two make strides in an effort assure that happens. Now they are working together to release Flash for the iPhone. Since March 2008, there has been much debate as to whether or

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  • Qik: Mobile Video Streaming Gone Mainstream

    Mobile video fanatics rejoice! Qik, a video streaming platform that allows users to broadcast from mobile devices, has announced support for more mobile devices that will allow users to be visually connected to the world. Users of Nokia and Sony Ericsson devices will be pleased with the latest news

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  • Building Sites with Your Mobile Device

    Building a mobile website is not as simple as one would imagine, but mobiSiteGalore wants to change that. This service allows users to build mobile websites for free with a simple interface. However, what makes mobiSiteGalore truly special is that the site building can be performed directly from a mobile device.The Mobile Web Mobile Websites are sites that are

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  • iSkoot Gets Socially Mobile with Social.IM

    iSkoot, a provider of mobile VoIP solutions, announced its acquisition of Social.IM, a social network IM client. This step positions iSkoot to grow beyond mobile VoIP and "create a compelling and valuable consumer solution" in the days of growing demand for integrations between mobile industry and online social media.

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  • Conference: Social Networking & Mobile Social Networking

    If you can't get enough of social networking -- and clearly we can't -- make sure and pencil in the 4th annual Social Networking Conference taking place July 10-11 in San Francisco. The San Francisco chapter will focus on my favorite topic, enterprise social networking and on mobile social networking.

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  • Fatwire Goes Web 2.0 Mobile with netomat Inc.

    Back when cell phones were only phones and not mobile devices, many of us noticed that too many interfaces were poorly supported or not supported at all. Now with the advent of the iPhone and other savvy mobile devices, users are able to enjoy mobile-friendly interfaces and applications.

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  • mobiSiteGalore to Host Mobile Web CMS Event

    mobiSiteGalore, the company that tried bringing standards to mobile Web design, is ringing in another high-billing first for mobile: a complete mobile-oriented Web 2.0 conference. And it's called Mobile Web 2.0 Conference. Notably, this is the first pan-European event dedicated entirely to the mobile Web CMS sector.

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