SkyData puts all contacts on your phone

SkyData Systems demonstrates a new application that integrates all of a person's business and personal contacts from various sources and sites into a smartphone.

SAN DIEGO--Wouldn't it be nice to have access to the contact information from all your friends, family, and business associates in one place on your smartphone?

SkyData Systems announced at DemoFall on Monday a new mobile application that combines corporate and personal contacts and puts them one click away on a smartphone.

The mobile "mashup" allows easy access to information from a variety of sources, including contacts in Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, LinkedIn, Facebook, and others.

It also searches across structured and unstructured sources, offering targeted news feeds, data from the Web, and from back office apps.

The service is available for Windows Mobile. An iPhone version is coming at the end of the year, the company said.

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