WaveMarket, a pioneer in location-based blogging, has introduced the first comprehensive location-based blogging system that enables users to broadcast and share location-time information from their cell phones with friends, affinity groups or the world.
• WaveSpotter—a cellular map interface that allows users move about, letting users drill down to street level and post or consume blogs.
• WaveBlog—a company-hosted super blog serving as a multiple channel informational clearinghouse engineered by uber blogger Russell Beattie, WaveMarket director of blog engineering.
• WaveAlert—wireless operator infrastructure that allows users to be notified whenever they enter or leave a designated area. The server software powers a scalable system that reduces network loads and hardware requirements.
In related news, just today WaveMarket and Bell Mobility, Canada’s leading wireless carrier, have launched MapMe, a map-based directory service to allow consumers to navigate an interactive map on a mobile phone – Details Here
See www.wavemarket.com for more info