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Latest News From Mobile Phone Industry September 12, 2008

Posted by mobilephoneguy in mobile news, mobile phones.
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After Google’s emergence into mobile phone market by introducing the universal plateform for all mobile phones “Android” , Yahoo is also on the same footsteps. A recent IT Show in San Francisco – The “CTIA Entertainment & IT cellular show” by an internet company that they are on the verge of a successful expansion to mobile phones, a social communication service for iPhone and expanded development plateform for developers.

In the own words of Executive Vice President Yahoo’s connected life division Marco Boerries – We want to create and enable a mobile ecosystem for billions of users .

Boerries said its oneConnect service, a social address service that marries a cell phone contacts list with social networks, is premiering on the iPhone and iPod Touch. The service, which is available now in the Apple App Store

This service which is being under development of Yahoo, will allow users to get all their friends contacts into a single application and they all can get their favourit social media applications like Facebook, Myspace, Twitter and Bebo at a single point of time. This will also facilitate the mobile phone users that they can do instant messaging, emails and can make phone calls from their single device. This application is available for iPhones right now.

Yahoo’s moves are intended to keep pace with and exceed archrival Google. Google is developing its own mobile operating system called Android, which make its first appearance later this year with T-Mobile.

News Source: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2008/09/10/BU3812RL9A.DTL&type=tech