Yahoo! onePlace: Mobile content storage

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Yahoo’s onePlace is a new service from Yahoo! which allows you to dump bookmarks into a dedicated folder where you can view and arrange it on the fly. The example they give is a trip: you add your flight info, the weather, your hotel, and some things you’d like to see. You can also drop in video, audio, and pictures.

You can group items as “Collections,” “Favorites,” and “Pulse.” Pulse is a system for streaming new information to your mobile i.e. flight time updates or new news posts about a subject. It also has a mobile RSS reader built-in. Think of it as a del.icio.us that’s not del.icio.us.

It will launch in the Spring 2008 as an addition to Yahoo! Go 3.0 and Yahoo! oneSearch.

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