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The company has made a handful of tweaks and bug fixes that make the contacts manager built into Gmail more user friendly and easier to spot.
The two free services — LinkedIn and Vision Pipeline Assistant — can't match the accuracy and versatility of the $60-a-year Plaxo Premium.
E-mail service gets new option for de-duplicating contacts in bulk, a tool that makes it easier to consolidate an address book from your phone or another e-mail account.
Cellity, a tiny German company that makes an address book aggregator, will shut down its service and transfer its team to Nokia.
New service lets you manage your contacts in Google services like Docs, Calendar, and Picasa, even if you don't use Gmail.
Social-networking site may be looking to do more than just build apps for unnamed Nokia handsets, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Flickr's contact manager gets a little more serious with powerful sorting options. Users with a lot of contacts will find the changes very useful.
The European mobile phone giant plans to integrate the Plaxo-like ZYB, which it acquired for $48.7 million, into its Internet service offerings.
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