Flower Mound, TX (PRWEB) October 26, 2009
Genuitec, LLC, a strategic member of the Eclipse Mobile Working Group, today announced a mobile news aggregation Web site. Named "Mobile Dredge," the Web site aims to collect all current and breaking news stories about mobile, mobile applications, carrier and handset maker news. Operated by Genuitec editors, Mobile Dredge promises to bring the most thoughtful, creative, and insightful news to one Web site where viewers can gain a snapshot of the mobile landscape.
"Trying to stay abreast of mobile news can be daunting, especially with bloggers and Twitter enthusiasts competing with mainstream journalists for the scoop," said Jens Eckels, marketing manager for Genuitec. "As our team is reading mobile news all day to stay competitive with our MobiOne product line; we identified the need for an aggregated mobile news site to keep ourselves, the public and the application developer community informed about all aspects of mobile and wireless news. We want to point users to what the community at large is saying - not put our own spin on things."
For the time being, Mobile Dredge can found here: http://www.genuitec.com/mobiledredge
Genuitec editors will boil down relevant news and opinion pieces so that mobile-related headlines are consumable to curious audiences - primarily mobile developers.
Here are sample headlines on Mobile Dredge:
Genuitec, LLC, is a founding and strategic member of the Eclipse Foundation and is a member of the Mobile Working Group at the Foundation. Genuitec offers innovative Java and J2EE development tools, training and expert consulting and development services for the Eclipse SDK and Rich Client Platforms. An original sponsor of Eclipse Plug-in Central, Genuitec joined the Eclipse Foundation in 2003 and is a member on the Foundation's board of directors. Genuitec was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Flower Mound, Texas.
In support of the open source community working towards unifying mobile application development, Genuitec heads the "Blinki" project for mobile development at the Eclipse Foundation under the Pulsar working group. The goal is for Blinki to have an extensible mobile Web developer kit that will be used to build next-generation mobile Web applications. At this time, Genuitec has already released WebKit4SWT for free to the public with plans to contribute the majority of code to the Eclipse Foundation.
MyEclipse and MobiOne are trademarks of Genuitec, LLC. All other brand or product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies and should be treated as such. JRE, Java and all Java-based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries.
Neither MyEclipse, MobiOne or Genuitec, LLC are affiliated in any way with the Drudge Report or its founder.
**Please keep up to date on Mobile Dredge's latest news by joining "mobile_dredge" on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/mobile_dredge.