October 04, 2006

River of Phone

...from Nokia.

"Phonecasting, the future of talk." ?
"Phonecasting, the future of listen" ?
"mocasting, content on wheels" what the fuck am I doing up this late making up lame taglines?

"Immediate access to information is expected by people today, thus we wanted to make it easy for everybody, from an individual blogger to a Web service provider, to automatically have mobile access to website content," said Dieter May, Vice President and Head of Nokia Emerging Business Unit. "We also believe WidSets will be attractive to new users who are not so familiar with Web 2.0. The easiest way to get started is to visit the WidSets Web site, create an account, browse the Library and start exploring the service."

WidSets allows users to build a Content Library, freely choosing from RSS feeds to blog posts to photo uploading sites that are multicasted to any new generation Java enabled mobile devices. WidSets keeps such content updated and forms a symbiotic relationship with the Web, enabling both mediums to work as one.

WidSets is mobile phone browser-independent and comes to market with a vast array of features that truly put the user in the driving seat. Widsets Templates allow users to include their own Web sites or blogs, for their own private use or that of others they choose. Collaborative filtering allows the community to enrich the Widsets Library by providing suggestions for new content that a user did not know about. The WidSets User Interface uses a process of "choose and set" that makes Widsets operative within seconds. Best of all, signing up to WidSets is free of charge and using WidSets is optimized for minimal data consumption.

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