Company turns up the heat in the mobile Web market with with launch of tool that aggregates messaging and social-networking information for cell phone users.
Yahoo's communicator for iPhone and iPod Touch latches on to social networking trends. A few factors could set it apart from the crowd--or hold it back.
The UN-85S9 is massive, and massively expensive. At a special event in LA, we got to spend some time with it, watching 4K, Blu-ray, some test patterns ... even DVD.
OneConnect, available today for the iPhone, centralizes messaging and lets people track friends' social-networking activities.
The European mobile phone giant plans to integrate the Plaxo-like ZYB, which it acquired for $48.7 million, into its Internet service offerings.
Yahoo's mobile efforts are getting reorganized this year. The company is rolling up several of its applications into one tool that will be available on multiple devices.
Mozilla groks social networking. It starts with true sociability, which means the corporation needs to get out of the way.
Yahoo condenses its mobile-application efforts into one unified look for the iPhone and Web, and announces a Java app that's in the works and close to being done.
With Yahoo throwing its hat in the ring, all eyes are on location-based services as the app that will bring mobile social networking to the forefront.
Internet company is focusing more on developing specific applications for devices, such as the iPhone, as it shifts its mobile strategy.