Social Networks get mobile

“One of the more compelling things that we might use every day is the integration of that information into knowing where my friends are,”… GPS chips use satellites orbiting the earth to determine the exact position of the user. They are found in car navigation systems, which have surged in popularity in recent years, and the technology is now making the jump to mobile phones. Once people can physically find those they want to more easily — as long as those others want to be found — it can enhance the establishment of growing Internet social networks such as News Corp.’s MySpace site.

Read this item from PC World

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