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Yes, it’s actually called Mogwee, which was the codename for the new mobile social communications service being launched tonight by Ning, the high-profile social networking platform. Part Twitter, part SMS, part Path and any number of such social start-ups, Mogwee actually stands for “more great weekends.” Here is a video with Ning CEO Jason Rosenthal and Chairman Marc Andreessen talking Mogwee.
Welcome to Mobilized, the new home for everything mobile here at All Things Digital. This blog will cover the wireless world from cell phones to tablets, as well as the networks they run on (or drop calls on). In other words, all the the issues raised by having the tiny little machines with us at all times.
For the past 18 months, mobile payments start-up Zong has had the enviable prime spot on Facebook Credits as its sole option for users wanting to use their cell phone number to buy virtual goods for social gaming and other services. But, according to multiple sources, that’s about to change later this week, when the social networking giant starts A/B testing its rival, Boku, as an alternate payment method to Zong. The face-off on Facebook is part of a larger battle for dominance in the fast-growing arena.