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Making calls on your mobile phone can get quite expensive, especially when calling internationally.
Fortunately, there are now a number of great mobile VoIP services that make international calling from mobile phones dirt cheap.
With the mobile internet attracting more and more attention and use, it's getting very difficult for online businesses to ignore the world of mobile.
SMS (Short Message Service) is the technology behind text messaging and even though it's far from being the most cutting-edge mobile technology, it's often the first one companies will experiment with because it's the most widely-used. Over 200 billion SMS messages were sent in 2007.
Few things are certain in today's crazy world but the weekend is one of them. So without further ado, here's this week's The Web Week in Review.
ITV has been adding more video content to its mobile service recently, as well as promoting it between TV programmes.
With this in mind, I decided to take a look at the site and compare it with the BBC's offering, which was upgraded earlier this year...
The sharing of mobile phones is an interesting phenomenon, and an example of market competition in action.
It also means phone usability in that market is important as people switch between different phones.
According to a study published recently by Marketing Science, the country where you launch your product has a measurable impact on its uptake.
As AdAge reports, the study, entitled "Global Takeoff of New Products: Culture, Wealth or Vanishing Differences," analyzed data from 31 countries, including developing countries and ranked the countries based on how long it usually took for 16 consumer products to "take off" over the past 50 years.
For some reason, the news that interested me the most dealt primarily with two words: music and Google.
The second Seedcamp contest for internet startups came to a close on Friday, with seven winners announced.
These seven startups will each receive 50,000 Euros in return for an equity stake (last year it was 10%). They will also take part in a three month mentoring programme to get them started.
The nascent mobile advertising market is a fascinating one.
For all the hype and very real potential, it's hard not to observe that the market has failed to develop as rapidly as had been predicted - despite the fact that bullish sentiments have never really waned over the years.
Twitter's popularity is growing and regardless of the skepticism that exists about it, marketers and businesses are taking notice.
If you're thinking about giving microblogging on Twitter a try or are already using Twitter, here are 10 Twitter tools that you can put to work.
Admittedly it was difficult to pay attention to all of the news in the technology industry his week - the news in the financial markets more than overshadowed it.
This week's Web Week in Review has to touch on the financial crisis but there were other tech-only stories that did manage to make it onto my radar.