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Sharpcast wants to free your data
The hottest software trends to come out of CTIA 2009: online content management, integrated communications, and mobile VoIP calling.
Yahoo adds third-party functionality such as Wikipedia summaries to its search results, with the help of its SearchMonkey platform.
Sync and backup service Sugarsync has a new iPhone app that lets you access and use all the files from your PC or Mac right on your iPhone.
Microsoft won't do it (yet), but small start-ups are not afraid to build online OSes and app suites.
It syncs, it backs up, it's mobile. Cool.
Alltel adds the HTC Touch smartphone to its lineup.
Tubes, a new app going public Tuesday, is a peer-to-peer file-sharing and -synchronization system that can make it very easy to distribute files among multiple users and computers.
LetterPop is a new service that makes creating attractive personal newsletters easy.