Vox on mobile; Metro on Google Maps; NetNewsWire V3;

Vox/Xanga/LJ on mobile: UK based users of LiveJournal, Xanga, and Vox will be able to access these social networking and blogging services from their mobile phones. This service will be available to Hutchison 3G users which had entered into partnership with Intercasting, which allows mobile networks to aggregate social networking functionality through its Anthem Social Networking Service Gateway (SNS-G). [via]

Google Maps: Google Maps has added support for showing subway stops and building outline for major metropolitan areas including NYC, San Francisco, and London. However these changes have yet to be rolled onto the Google Maps on mobile where it can be better put to use.

NetNewsWire: Newsgators’s NetNewsWire team has launched the pre-beta(>alpha) release of its v3.0 client. The new release for the Mac based feed reader includes interface makeover, full screen mode, Spotlight searching, many other features. Since I am on windows can’t really say where it stands wrt the FeedDemon.


One Response to “Vox on mobile; Metro on Google Maps; NetNewsWire V3;”

  1. StartupSquad » Blog Archive » Newsgator sells off Marsedit Says:

    […] Newsgator has sold its Mac based blog publishing tool Marsedit to Red-sweater Software, a Massachusetts based developer of applications for Macintosh. Brent Simmons, product developer at Newsgator, had been leading the development efforts for NetNewsWire, which is a Mac based feed reader from Newsgator, and Marsedit simultaneously. As NetNewsWire is going through major development activity, Brent wants to stick to supporting only one core product at a time. So out comes the decision from Newsgator to ship off Marsedit’s future development and support work to Daniel Jalkut at Red-sweater. Daniel is a prolific Mac based applications developer and had worked at Apple till 2002 before starting Mac consulting services. […]

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