Mobile phone, PC social networking

Netomat is launching on Tuesday a free social-networking service that lets people get all kinds of content on their mobile phones or PC and easily share information with other people.

The service, which will be available at, lets people get text messages, news, photos and blog feeds on their mobile phone and PC, and share their own blogs and other feeds with others' devices, either in private groups or public blogs.

Members can set up groups, called "hubs," dedicated to particular topics and invite people to join. The service comes with 50MB of free storage for photos.

Interestingly, the company was originally conceived as a network-based art project.

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