Stacy's Weekly Mashup: Flurry, SoLow, YouMail, VLC Media Player, HowToGeek

You won't want to miss this week's mashup of links, especially if you are looking for new and exciting technology for mobile phones! Find out what's hip this week in freeware, geek news, multimedia and web services for mobile users!
Published: Oct 18, 2007
Author: Stacy Reed

Useful Sites for Your Mobile

  • Podlinez - A free service that lets you listen to podcasts on your phone
  • SoLow - A fun auction game you can play with your mobile and win cool stuff
  • TeleFlip - Get email on your mobile phone, spam-free
  • YouMail - Set up an all-in-one voicemail solution that lets you access your voicemail box from your PC or mobile
  • MyxerTones - Create and share ringtones and wallpapers for your mobile phone
  • GotVoice - Converts your cell, home and work voicemail to text and sends it to your phone and email
  • bitBomb - You schedule reminders at bitBomb, then they send the reminder to your mobile phone via SMS at the appropriate time
  • IQzone - Mobile classified ads allow users to sell and share stuff, find tickets, services and even post personals
  • flurry - Your email, news & blogs on your current mobile phone for free
  • Foonz - Start a group call anytime from any phone for free

Freeware Feature of the Week: VLC Media Player - A highly portable multimedia player for various audio and video formats (MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX, mp3, ogg, ...) as well as DVDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols. It can also be used as a server to stream in unicast or multicast in IPv4 or IPv6 on a high-bandwidth network.

Wallpaper of the Week: 30 Days of Night

The Week in Geek News:

Flickr Image of the Week: by pintavelloso

Art Site of the Week: T-Shirt Design Contest 2007 Submissions - Computerlove

Video of the Week: 3 Most Awesome Firefox Quick Searches

Geek Tip: This weeks tip comes from The How-To Geek - Have Windows Notify You When You Accidentally Hit the Caps Lock Key: You can create a sound for the caps lock button when it is pressed so you will immediately know when it's turned on. To turn on this option, first go to Control Panel and click on the Accessibility Options icon. In the resulting screen check the box next to "Use Toggle Keys", click OK and you are done. Now every time you hit the caps lock key you will get a friendly beep notifying you it has been pressed.

That wraps it up, folks! Thanks for stopping by and checking out another Weekly Mashup! You can find an archive of past articles here. Keep the links coming, everyone! Do you know of a great site that's worth sharing? Do you have any comments or suggestions? I'd love to hear from you! Just send an email to sreed@tucows.com and say hello!

About Stacy Reed

Stacy Reed is Tucows' resident software librarian and editor. She has been reviewing PC and mobile software as well as web services for over a decade. Helping developers improve and promote their products is only one of her areas of expertise. Stacy is also an advocate for Open Source, Creative Commons and freeware, taking special interest in educational resources, social media, cloud sharing, and mobile technology.

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