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Motorola Announces Moto Blur - A Social Network Powerhouse

Rédigé par Dieter Bohn le Jeudi 10 Septembre 2009

Motorola just announced Moto Blur, a service they're offering to Android devices that consists of

  • A set of social networking widgets
  • Deep integration of social networking services into the Android OS
  • Online backup, restore, and remote wipe
  • Integrated contacts and email ala Synergy

The service looks to be very compelling. You have Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace statuses all updateable at once and also populated everywhere on the device. Getting a call? See their latest Facebook profile photo and their latest Facebook (or Twitter, or whatever) pop up as the Caller ID.  Tap on a contact and see their entire social network history right within the address book.

In short, it look great.

In addition, Moto Blur offers an online backup service that allows you to log in and track your phone's location if you lose it, and then remotely wipe it if it's clear that it's gone astray.

The first device to take advantage of Moto Blur will be the T-Mobile Click in the US.  More on that in a moment!

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Tags : android, google

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