Cellblock Allows for Mobile Picture and Video Blogging

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Date: Monday, January 22nd, 2007, 08:58
Category: News

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With Apple’s iPhone due for release this June, Gloto Corp’s CellBlock points out a potentially cool new feature that one might like to see in the upcoming device.
Cellblock functions as embedded code used for social networking and blog sites. The code, once activated, can be included in various popular sites like MySpace, Friendster and Xanga.
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cellblock_white.jpg
With Apple’s iPhone due for release this June, Gloto Corp’s CellBlock points out a potentially cool new feature that one might like to see in the upcoming device.
Cellblock functions as embedded code used for social networking and blog sites. The code, once activated, can be included in various popular sites like MySpace, Friendster and Xanga.
Cellblock functions independently of hardware and allows users to upload photos and videos from devices such as camera phones, PDAs and laptops. The user configures the data to travel to a Cellblock e-mail address and the content is then forwarded along either to the Cellblock web site or via the embedded code to a preferred web site.
The service also incorporates other social networking features, such as creating a cellblock account for a ground or event and other users uploading content to these areas (such as fans contributing photos of a band’s concert to the band’s shared space, thereby creating a photo album on the fly.)
Not a bad idea and it’d be interesting to see if Apple adapts its .Mac in some way, shape or form to follow suit.
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