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mjelly.com mobile 2.0 service of the week – signing off with a retrospective

Hello Hello what’s going on? what’s all this shouting? James from mjelly here at Mobile Industry Review. Sadly, this is the last chance for me to do a Mobile 2.0 Service of the Week post on this blog. Good luck to Ewan with the new business model and a massive thanks to him for letting me […]

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Applications News

Fring – MWC Mobile Monday Peer Awards Winner

Hello James from the mjelly mobile 2.0 blog here at Mobile Industry Review with another Mobile 2.0 Service of the Week.  Fring is an amazing bit of mobile software that I’ve been using for a while and always planned to cover as one of our featured apps.  Earlier this week, (Monday) it was announced that Fring had […]

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Opinion

Skype: Am I missing something?

I am currently reviwing the INQ 1,  and it has a inbuilt Skype client which is heavily promoted in its advertising and some would even say the INQ 1 is simply the Skype Phone version 3. I have 2 Skype contacts, that’s it! Who actually uses Skype?? This really hit home when reading a post […]

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Fring opens up for developers

Good news for fans of Fring: the mobile VoIP company has released its APIs, meaning developers out there can build whatever web apps to interact with the Fring client, and take advantage of all the usual Fring functionality: presence, talk, chat, file transfer, auto-roaming and all the rest. Opening up APIs is usually one of […]

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Fring brings VoIP app to Apple iPhone

VoIP company Fring has unveiled what it claims is the first true VoIP application for Apple’s iPhone. Granted, there are other VoIP apps out there, but Fring is a VoIP and IM combo. While it’s currently just in beta version, iPhone users can download it from Fring’s website and give the company feedback on how […]