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Why smartphones are the future of social networking - Forbes

Why smartphones are the future of social networking - Forbes | Mobile (Android) apps | Scoop.it
iPhone 4 (Photo credit: Wikipedia) In case you have any doubts that the future of social networking is mobile, a new report from comScore shows that both Facebook and Twitter users spend more time using those networks on mobile devices than they do...
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Smartphones top computers for U.S. Facebook time

Smartphones top computers for U.S. Facebook time | Mobile (Android) apps | Scoop.it
(Reuters) - The average time spent accessing Facebook via smartphone in the United States was 441 minutes in March, compared with 391 minutes via computer, according to comScore, underscoring the increasingly...
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Android has sights set on innovation

Android has sights set on innovation | Mobile (Android) apps | Scoop.it
The robots are taking charge. Rather than fearsome cyborgs created by Skynet, the march is by a friendly looking green droid, which emerged two years ago and now dominates the smartphone world.
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Facebook Is Killing Text Messaging, Report Says

Facebook Is Killing Text Messaging, Report Says | Mobile (Android) apps | Scoop.it
Apple's iMessage, the free, Internet-based text-messaging service, isn't the only thing AT&T's chief executive should lose sleep over. Facebook is eating into text-messaging revenues for carriers, too, according to a report.
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Path Now Has 2M Users, Having Doubled Since It Relaunched Two Months Ago

Path Now Has 2M Users, Having Doubled Since It Relaunched Two Months Ago | Mobile (Android) apps | Scoop.it
Path got the second version of its product a lot more right than the first -- and two months in, the numbers bear that out.
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