Tuesday, April 04, 2006

WSJ.com - Social Networking Goes Mobile

WSJ.com - Social Networking Goes Mobile: "In a development likely to generate dismay from some parents and teachers, social networking sites MySpace and Facebook are going mobile.
Tens of millions of teenagers spend countless hours logging on to such sites, updating their profiles, posting pictures, writing blogs and exchanging messages. Until now, the services have been largely tethered to desktops or laptops. Now, Facebook Inc., a popular social-networking Web site among college students, and Cingular Wireless, Sprint Nextel Corp. and Verizon Wireless are starting a service that will make it possible for users to post messages on Facebook's home pages or search for other users' phone numbers and email addresses from a cellphone."
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