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Understanding mobile social networks

The Web changes based on new uses that appear ... and high-tech tools available to individuals. However, the high-tech toys since late 2007 promise the development of customer mobility users (that is beginning to draw mobilizes) because they have become accustomed to surf the Internet from their mobile); mobile , With new models of terminals with mobile Internet features, such as Apple's iPhone and Blackberry. Also, the ultra-portable PC as the Asus EEE PC can connect anywhere, and GPS . In addition, the development of 3G and WiFi networks and the emergence of new service, including mobile phones, which make mobile Internet cheaper.

In addition, the phone has an asset that is not found on the Web: the possibility of LBS, which promises uses intelligent navigation, while developing mobile phones equipped with GPS.

In addition to the expected launch during 2008 Google Android, the future open operating system for mobile phones. Google is positioning itself as the niche mobile phone with other systems already in place, as Finland's Nokia's Symbiont, which equips the vast majority of smartphones or Windows Mobile from Microsoft. Google Android will have a touch navigation interface, which allows access to a twenty services, including the GSE. Above all, it will be open to any developer who can then add new functions.

The development kit is also online: http://code.google.com/android/download.html

Some social networks also considering their mobile declination, the image of the virtual world Second Life, whose designers have announced a new version for mobile phones.
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Webwag

Webwag

In August 2006, Webwag mobile synchronizes its home page customizable, and can create mobile widgets. To access it, simply enter your phone number on the website of Webwag, which then sends you an application to download for free.

Webwag also lets you select the RSS feeds you want to appear on your home page to send messages on Twitter ... and access to services like weather, a utility management tasks, and a module research.

In addition, Webwag opened a service open API (development) of Webwag Mobile.
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oneConnect Yahoo!

oneConnect Yahoo!

oneConnect is the future of mobile social Yahoo!

It must integrate messaging and other social applications, and collect all your contacts from your phone, your Yahoo!, But also your social networks (Facebook, Flickr , Hi5, Last. fm, twitter ...).

You can see if your contacts are online, read your latest messages, or uploading photos. You can also chat via instant messaging AIM, MSN Messenger and Google Talk.

On the model of Facebook News Feed, a feature "Pulse" will give you all the latest updates to your contacts, various social networks you belong.
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Goojet

Goojet

Musiwave, Goojet, start-up, must launch in 2008 a service in the niche, again, convergence web / mobile.

To install, you must download a Java application, sent via SMS and, of course, sign up in advance on the website.

On this service you can access a catalog to select the modules (or Goojets) that you want to access on your phone, a window simulating your configuration, and an area "events", a newswire on the activities of friends, and messages and invitations you receive.

You can also create your own personalized services. There are Goojets services like Flickr, Facebook, or Twitter or standard service, weather in the teleconference, via instant messaging and RSS reader. Services that users can "send" on her mobile via an intuitive drag and drop.

Free for now, Goojet still seeks its economic model. It could pay premium services such as teleconferencing, or to third before content, like a trademark.
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JaxtR

JaxtR

True mobile social network, community service JaxtR was launched in March 2007 by Philip Mobina and Touraj Parang. It has 10 million users in 220 countries. It allows you to comment on his favorite blogs posting a comment directly or through a phone to their author.

What is the point? Especially the possibility of being contacted by people who do not know your address and your phone numbers.

After a free subscription, you can send free SMS from your computer, and put a widget on your blog or in your mail signature that will allow all those who want to send you a text message or contact you by phone. Calls can be emitted from the world at local rates, or free of charge via the ADSL box. Icing on the cake, your real number never appears online.

JaxtR.com The site is available only in English, but it works very well with fixed telephone and mobile .

The principle once inscribed on JaxtR.com, creating your profile, your phone number in your profile JaxtR by clicking Link Phone for or receive calls from users. Once the number seized, a voice called to ask to enter a verification code. You can then choose to forward all calls on your phone, or only those of your friends reported. Indeed, JaxtR lets you filter calls by creating a list of friends allowed to call. The others are automatically directed to a voice mail.

JaxtR can also give you a local number to make free calls, without the actual number appears online. To do this, you must visit your page JaxtR or your blog, then click on Call me, and indicate your country and your own number, then click Get Number.

Once you have registered, you can send free SMS via the Web, or integrate a widget (inserting a line of code provided) on your blog or your site, which allows visitors to call you from their phone, the price of a local (and therefore free from a box). The widget is important because it can be accessible to members of his community (friends, contacts, family ...) since his blog, MySpace, Facebook ...
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MobiLuck

MobiLuck

MobiLuck, created in July 2003 by Olivier Chouraki, is a mobile social network that allows you to detect friends who are close to you via Bluetooth. The initial idea was to develop a client interface for mobile phones based on Bluetooth, and fitted with an antivirus program, to send and receive messages in a radius of a few tens of meters. To do this, you can download on the Internet.

Since 2007, it also includes a geolocation conducted on the declarative mode (you must give a vote to be geo-agreement and your friends.

MobiLuck must also propose in 2008 an open API that will allow its members to display their location on their blog, or any social network.

The basic MobiLuck are free, but the most advanced are paid - the identification of the sender of the message or the response function .
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