Wednesday, August 27, 2008

New eSMS clients

If you are a customer to some of these operators you can send SMS from you computer, and in some cases even MMS.
Currently you can download a standalone client or outlook client, all running in windows.
In the future we plan to implement some new clients for windows and other plattforms.
For example:
  • Vista gadget
  • A Gmail plugin
  • Mac and Linux clients.
Another thing we are planning for is a web service making it possible for all developers to implement their own SMS clients. All traffic would be sent through your operator with your number as sender and all SMS charged in your monthly bill.
Dont worry if your operator is not in the list, you will be able to use the web service as well.
Planned release is in October and we are discussing its requirements.

If you where to develop a client using this web service, what functionality would you like to have in it?

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Server move & integration being conducted

The physical move has been done, we're now configuring and rationalizing. Exchange (email server) will be created next week. Next week to move CVS and Mingle and Virgo Test to a virtual machine.

/ Andrew

PS Can you see Kent in one of these three photos?

Friday, August 22, 2008

Get your Google Reader bookmarks in Mobispine

Good news for you guys who already use a web-based RSS-reader on PC. We now support Google Reader which is the most popular RSS-reader around for PC's.

How does it work?
Simply upgrade to latest version of our java software in your phone by checking for upgrade under "options". When you have downloaded latest version you will find the settings for import of bookmarks under "options" and "Mashups". Try it and let us know if you like it. Maybe some changes are needed in the language in the java client. Magnus?

/ Joakim

Friday, August 8, 2008

Brilliant business people - Eastern Europe?

Mobispine expands thanks to the feedback we get from users and partners and we therefore would like to strengthen our team and presence in Eastern Europe with some brilliant business people!

If you know someone who loves mobile technology and have these skills let us know:
- Passion – We love people who love what they do and love their customers.
- Strong drive – We expect you to create opportunities yourself.
- Mobile technology skills - Knowledge of mobile value added services, mobile operator technologies.
Extensive personal networks – We love people with extensive networks into mobile operators in Eastern Europe.
- Speaking 2 or more major languages from the region such as Russian, Turkish, Polish, Romanian etc is always an advantage. Good English is a great start.

More info can be found on this link or send us an e-mail at jobs AT