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Media-sharing site Twango, which Nokia acquired six months ago, will become part of a larger brand of mobile Web services.
The Finnish cell phone manufacturer announces that it has bought the Redmond, Wash.-based start-up, which specializes in multimedia sharing.
Twango, a great sharing site that nobody uses
Cellity, a tiny German company that makes an address book aggregator, will shut down its service and transfer its team to Nokia.
To further differentiate itself from the mobile-handset pack, Finnish company adds Montreal-based supplier of mobile e-mail, IM, and social-networking technology.
New service lets you swap photos with a select group of friends.
Utterz looks a lot like Twitter at first blush, but it's really more of a multimedia moblogging platform.
Perhaps the tech giants of the world are all hopped up on the Clear, and that's why they're trying to create Microhoo/GooNet super-teams.