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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.
Cellity, a tiny German company that makes an address book aggregator, will shut down its service and transfer its team to Nokia.
The Finnish cell phone manufacturer announces that it has bought the Redmond, Wash.-based start-up, which specializes in multimedia sharing.
To further differentiate itself from the mobile-handset pack, Finnish company adds Montreal-based supplier of mobile e-mail, IM, and social-networking technology.
Twango, a great sharing site that nobody uses
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.
Utterz looks a lot like Twitter at first blush, but it's really more of a multimedia moblogging platform.
New service lets you swap photos with a select group of friends.