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Caught off guard by the explosive growth of online social networking sites like MySpace and Flickr, many companies are racing to replicate this success in the mobile space. However, building mobile social networks to meet the needs of diverse user communities requires business models and platforms that encourage user acceptance and participation. The technology exists. However, the current range of business models and strategies is limited by a lack of imagination and vision

Posted May 29, 2007

CyberAlert, the media monitoring service, has launched a news monitoring, clipping, and briefing service dubbed CyberAlert SSE that delivers only one clip per day of any news story, no matter how many news sources carry the story.

Posted May 22, 2007

DailyLit, a service that allows users to read entire books via email and RSS installments, has announced its formal launch.

Posted May 22, 2007

Microsoft Corp. has announced it will acquire aQuantive Inc., a global digital marketing company, for $66.50 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately $6 billion.

Posted May 22, 2007

Most citizens equate the national emergency alert system with an annoying green screen accompanied by a high-pitched screech that inevitably interrupts a favorite TV program. However, recent natural disasters have left Americans wondering why government officials are still tied to old technologies—land-line phones, TVs, radios, and even wailing sirens—in their efforts to warn citizens about emergencies.

Posted May 03, 2007

edioma, a provider of context-specific, mobile language instruction mobile learning services, has developed a mobile language instruction service for mobile subscribers who wish to learn either English or Spanish.

Posted May 01, 2007

Volantis, a supplier of Intelligent Content Adaptation solutions for the Mobile Internet, has announced expanded device coverage for carrier and content providers delivering mobile content to their subscribers.

Posted Apr 27, 2007

Volantis, a supplier of Intelligent Content Adaptation solutions for the Mobile Internet, and Mobixell, a provider of mobile multimedia solutions, have announced a partnership to deliver multimedia capabilities optimized for every media type, mobile device, and value added service (VAS).

Posted Apr 13, 2007

Web2Corp and Nextelligence have announced a partnership to create YouGetIt.com.

Posted Apr 06, 2007

lastminute.com and developers CoolGorilla have announced the launch of six new talking phrase books for mass-market mobile phones.

Posted Apr 06, 2007

FunkySexyCool, a mobile social networking community, is using Bango's global mobile web platform to capture the global market.

Posted Apr 03, 2007

NTT DoCoMo Inc. will launch a fourth U.S. Advisory Board, which will hold its first meeting in the United States on April 11, 2007.

Posted Mar 30, 2007

Mercora has launched Mercora M v2, a social music player and mobile radio service for 3G-enabled mobile devices.

Posted Mar 30, 2007

Entriq, a company that enables content providers to leverage new media distribution, and ProGames Network, an online gaming channel, have jointly announced a fully integrated broadband-to-mobile commerce solution.

Posted Mar 30, 2007

Blueapple.mobi has announced the public availability of its video search service for mobile users.

Posted Mar 30, 2007

Digital infrastructure provider VeriSign has announced the first North America Mobile Messaging Index, a quarterly report that will provide statistics detailing the growth and user trends pertaining to all categories of mobile messaging in North America.

Posted Mar 30, 2007

Bango, a provider in the mobile web marketplace, has introduced a new service called Bango 2Go, which is a way for brands and content providers to launch their presence on the mobile web.

Posted Mar 30, 2007

UpSNAP Inc., a provider of free mobile search and streaming mobile audio entertainment, and MuseGlobal, a provider of comprehensive search management systems worldwide, have announced that they are forming a partnership to offer mobile metasearch.

Posted Mar 30, 2007

As spatial boundaries and modes of communication converge, disruptive new technologies emerge to give people the experience of being connected with content from anywhere. But ubiquitous access is no longer just about seamless content portability; it's about empowering individuals to access content on their terms and across devices.

Posted Mar 30, 2007

Viva! Vision, a provider of branded, user-generated and original mobile video programming worldwide, has announced the availability of LiveTraffic, a live video traffic monitoring application for mobile devices in Latin America.

Posted Mar 27, 2007

Amp’d Mobile, a mobile entertainment company, has raised $107 million in funding.

Posted Mar 27, 2007

Virtual Universe, a provider of social networking services, infrastructure, and content to companies and consumers has become a member of the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), joining internet, IT, mobile, and media organizations in the fight to minimize the availability of potentially illegal internet content.

Posted Mar 20, 2007

CommonTime, a provider of secure wireless email exclusively for enterprises running Lotus Notes, has announced that it's mSuite software, will be compatible with the latest Microsoft PDA and Smartphone operating system.

Posted Mar 20, 2007

NewsGator Technologies, Inc., a RSS company, has announced the availability of NewsGator Go! for BlackBerry and NewsGator Go! for Java mobile RSS readers designed for BlackBerry and other Java-enabled mobile devices.

Posted Mar 16, 2007

Accenture has acquired Digiplug S.A.S., a Paris-based provider of outsourced mobile-content repurposing and distribution services to the music and communications industries, from Faith Inc. of Kyoto, Japan.

Posted Mar 13, 2007

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