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Ewan MacLeod: “MIR TV goes to Rome – Part Two: http://s3nt.com/d5c2” (via FriendFeed)

Ewan MacLeod “MIR TV goes to Rome – Part Two: http://s3nt.com/d5c2” March 18 at 2:51 am – Comment – Like

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Ewan MacLeod: “MIR TV goes to Rome – Part Two: http://s3nt.com/d5c2” (via FriendFeed)

Ewan MacLeod “MIR TV goes to Rome – Part Two: http://s3nt.com/d5c2” March 18 at 2:51 am – Comment – Like

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Ewan MacLeod: SXSW – where everybody knows your Twitter name (via FriendFeed)

Ewan MacLeod SXSW – where everybody knows your Twitter name March 17 at 5:50 pm – Comment – Like Convenient, unless you decided to call yourself MrSexyUnderpants or something similar.. – Ewan MacLeod

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Ewan MacLeod: SXSW – where everybody knows your Twitter name (via FriendFeed)

Ewan MacLeod SXSW – where everybody knows your Twitter name March 17 at 5:50 pm – Comment – Like Convenient, unless you decided to call yourself MrSexyUnderpants or something similar.. – Ewan MacLeod

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Ewan MacLeod: The MIR Fallout Cancel (via FriendFeed)

Ewan MacLeod The MIR Fallout Cancel March 17 at 5:42 pm – Comment – Like

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Ewan MacLeod: “Twitter’s grown 1,689% from February 2008 to February 2009 compared to FB’s 114% growth. Someone’s been eating their Weetabix…” (via FriendFeed)

Ewan MacLeod “Twitter's grown 1,689% from February 2008 to February 2009 compared to FB's 114% growth. Someone's been eating their Weetabix…” March 17 at 5:22 pm – Comment – Like 'snot doing bad that Twitter – Ewan MacLeod

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Ewan MacLeod: “TFL destroys hopes of a mobile phone/Underground relationship http://tinyurl.com/cvr5t2.” (via FriendFeed)

Ewan MacLeod “TFL destroys hopes of a mobile phone/Underground relationship http://tinyurl.com/cvr5t2.” March 17 at 5:21 pm – Comment – Like I get this; I really do — you don't want people arsing about on their handset texting and falling off the platform… that said, I'd still like to have signal myself..

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Google Talk users now connected by text message

Let’s assume you’re having a productive conversation with a colleague via Google Talk, right? Then you need to go out. Away from your computer. You’ve got your handset with you but it’s a rubbish one that doesn’t do Google Talk or anything other than phoning or texting (think Motorola RAZR). How do you continue the […]

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NokiaWorldWatch: Ovi gets the message, better integration with others

From their 14th Nokia World event comes the announcement of Ovi messaging now supporting more email and IM clients than ever before. Hurrah! They’ve finally got the message, received the signal, opened the missive – you get where we’re going with this – with the inclusion of the most frequently used mailing and messaging solutions […]

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One third of Americans don’t use SMS

A survey out from mobile comparison shopping site Wirefly has turned up some interesting results on SMS take up. The survey says that roughly a one third of US users called themselves heavy texters and sent between one or two a day to hundreds a month, with another 29 percent labeling themselves as occasional texters. […]

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O2 dusts down Bluebook back-up service for reappearance

O2 is going on a promotions offensive for its back-up service, Bluebook. Bluebook stores users phone numbers, messages and cameraphone snaps remotely, so in the event a customer loses their phone, all the content goodness inside the device isn’t lost forever. While the free service isn’t exactly new, O2 has decided to bring it to […]