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Arne Hess

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I wrote about Dashwire's Beta launch some time ago and today, Dashwire informed me that the leader in Mobile/Web Connected Windows Mobile Services has released Dashwire 2.0. Dashwire helps people seamlessly connect their mobile phones with their computers and the web, enabling them to backup and integrate their content, search and interact with their information and share their experiences with friends and social networks. As we've recently seen with the Apple MobileMe (for the iPhone) and Nokia OVI (for S60 smartphones), the Connected Services space is on fire, creating exciting opportunities and demand for a free, cross-platform solution like Dashwire.

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Dashwire

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From: Seattle, WA
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Thanks for the post Arne!  Looking forward to seeing the feedback from your readers.


Dashwire – Free Mobile Phone Backup, Contact Sync, Web Text Messaging, Photo & Video Uploads, and Connection to your Social Networks

Are you using the latest Dashwire Mobile client (http://m.dashwire.com)?

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