Friday, July 24, 2009

The ability to be able to communicate when you are mobile is becoming essential around the world

A ‘browser’ for SMS

A mobile widget platform to let you enjoy ‘seamless access to branded content and services such as Facebook and Google without the need for a data plan’ should sound cool. And that’s what Raj Oswal, Product Manager/Business Development of Shorthand Mobile, Inc, ( http://www.shorthandmobile.com/), talks about. His card speaks of ‘browser’ for SMS (short message service). And, on the site, the California, US -based company’s promoters speak of how they were “dissatisfied with the way information and services were accessed on mobile phones and envisioned a better, simpler, and less expensive way to connect users in the mass market to mobile content and services.”

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