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Jangl now lets you set up phone numbers for relationships that work for voice and text messaging.
Jangl enables people to talk without sharing their real telephone numbers.
Jangl gives phone numbers to relationships, not individuals
Next-generation IP telephony start-ups Jajah and Jangl are joining forces to take on competition in the Web 2.0 voice market.
A new Web calling service only requires that callers know an e-mail address to place phone calls to friends, but the set up could frustrate some users.
The blogging platform, owned by Russian media company SUP, will now be overseen by former Yahoo international business director Matthew Berardo.
Beginning later this year, the telephony start-up will take over customer service, payment processing, and network infrastructure for Yahoo's VoIP service.
This social network has largely fallen from favor in the U.S., but Friendster is nevertheless following in Facebook's footsteps and launching an extensive developer initiative.