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Mobile Facebook

mobile1 Mobile Facebook There’s a new application that will freely let us connecting to Facebook with our mobile phones. Exactly, we’ll be able to check the live status, browse through our friends profiles and read and write messages.

If this is not enough, let’s add the live news feed, the ‘remember me’ mode (to login only once), and an easy navigation using menu options.

Facebook is a free social networking website launched on February 4, 2004. Users can join networks organized by city, workplace, school, and region to connect and interact with other people.

People can also add friends and send them messages, and update their personal profile to notify friends about themselves.

Now, with Snaptu, we can share with our friends every minute of our day, while walking, shopping or just relaxing. We can tell the world everything everywhere and at any time, we just need our phone and this innovative java application.

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Smartphones and Netbooks will save us

technology2 Smartphones and Netbooks will save us Seems that Technology industry will have enough difficulties in 2009, considering the global nature of the recession, but smartphones and netbooks will sell well.

Smartphones are mobile phones with Personal Digital Assistants hearts. They offer features that can not be found in standard phones, like MP3 players, Web browsers, Bluetooth, Voice recording, Digital cameras, Video recording, GPS. And of course there are also innovative games that use the power of the smartphones systems.

Many consumers in 2009 will upgrade from old cell phones to smartphones and they will buy special services or software especially designed for these nice gadgets.

Netbooks are very small, light-weight laptops, primarily used for Internet based services such as web browsing, e-mailing and instant messaging. They are also suitable for office and educational software.

In 2009, consumers will buy also these mini-notebook computers. Industry sources say computer makers sold more than 11 million netbooks worldwide in 2008, and netbook sales will double in the new year.

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