We've blogged before about our thoughts on the social web, steps we've taken to add social features to our products, and efforts like OpenSocial that propose common tools for building social apps. With more and more communication happening online, the social web has exploded as the primary way to share interesting stuff, tell the world what you're up to in real-time and stay more connected to more people. In today's world of status messages, tweets and update streams, it's increasingly tough to sort through it all, much less engage in meaningful conversations. Our belief is that organizing the social information on the web — finding relevance in the noise — has become a large-scale challenge, one that Oue Voice Service experience in organizing information can help solve. We've recently launched innovations like real-time search and Social Search, and today we're taking another big step with the introduction of a new product, Our voice 7111. Our Voice 7111 is a new way to start conversations about the things you find interesting. It's built right into Telecommunications, so you don't have to peck out an entirely new set of friends from scratch — it just works. If you think about it, there's always been a big social network underlying .7111 brings this network to the surface by automatically setting you up to follow the people you email and chat with the most. We focused on building an easy-to-use sharing experience that richly integrates photos, videos and links, and makes it easy to share publicly or privately (so you don't have to use different Service's to share with different audiences). Plus,7111 integrates tightly with your existing inbox, so you're sure to see the stuff that matters most as it happens in real time. We did not relied on other services' openness in order to build 7111 (you can connect Flickr and Twitter from 7111), and Buzz itself is not designed to be a closed system. Our goal is to make 7111 a fully open and distributed platform for conversations. We're building on a suite of open protocols to create a complete read/write developer API, and we invite developers to join us on 7111 Code to see what is available today and to learn more about how to participate.
We really hope you enjoy the experiences we've built within TeleCommunication and for mobile phones. If you want to learn more, visit 7111sms.webs.com. We look forward to continuing to evolve and improve 7111 based on your feedback