T-Mobile adds Bebo to mobile social network service, My Social Sites

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T-Mobile has announced the addition of Bebo to their mobile social-networking service My Social Sites.

The service allows users to check their messages and post comments and images through a mobile application that amalgamates a number of the sites and charges you 5p each time you upload…

Piczo to make leap into mobile social networking

piczo-mobile.jpgThere’s a big buzz around mobile social networking at the moment, for logical reasons. For those youngsters who spend hours a day in MySpace, Bebo, Facebook or Piczo, mobile phones are just as central to their lives.

Piczo launches Piczo Zone to give users even more artistic license

piczo-zone.jpgPiczo’s always been praised for allowing the creative juices to flow in teenagers, with users able to fully customise their profiles with colours, glitter and all manners of appealing-to-teens pixels. With the launch of Piczo Zone, however, the kids can really turn themselves into 21st-century Van Goghs.

This new feature allows users of the social networking site to share their content which they’ve created across various sites. The creative content designed by the young users can be found by searching the various…

Piczo talks UK growth, hints at mobile strategy

chrisseth.JPGPiczo might not be the biggest social network in the world, but it’s growing fast (4.5 million unique monthly users in the UK) and has had some people suggesting it’s the latest destination for the cooler teenagers who previously hung out on MySpace and Bebo.

Why Comic Relief is showing the more charitable side of Web 2.0

rednoseday-piczo.jpgIt can feel like the world of Web 2.0 is all about numbers sometimes. MySpace has 160 million members, and is getting paid $900 million by Google for the rights to sell advertising on it. YouTube attracted 133.5 million visitors in January, but is getting sued for $1 billion by Viacom for alleged copyright infringement. There are 262,958 pet pooches on Dogster.