Meffys 2010 Awards: Taptu, Zed, MTS & Wau Movil

After the first batch of Meffys award videos, it’s now time for the second batch featuring Taptu, Zed, MTS & Wau Movil. Here we go:

The Best Content Discovery award went to Taptu:

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The Best Cross Platform Content award went to Zed Group for their work on Planet 51:

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Russia’s MTS won the Best Cross Platform Technology award for their work on

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And the team over at Wau Movil won the Best M-Commerce award for their work on the First Gateway for Latin America:

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Thanks go to The Symbian Foundation for supporting the production of videos from the event. Thank you Symbian, you rock!

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