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Rihanna In New Cingular Sounds Widget Campaign On Freewebs

New York, NY. (Top40 Charts/ Freewebs) - Freewebs, the company that offers the web's most open personal publishing platform and helps people unleash their creativity online (, today announced it will feature a Rihanna lyric libs widget and introduce 10 new ringtones…
top40-charts, 6-20-2007


Freewebs Holding a Contest to Find the Most Innovative Widget in the World

Freewebs and WidgetBox are holding a contest for someone to make the most innovative widget on the planet. You can register here.…
Mashable, 6-15-2007


Freewebs Launches a Widget Bank

Freewebs, the free website creation site, announced its new Widget Bank as an additional set of tools for its users.…
Mashable, 5-31-2007

Business Week Online

Sharing the Widget Wealth

Widgets jazz up profiles and boost traffic, but eat into social networks' ad revenue. Facebook and others ponder a remedy…
Business Week Online, 5-22-2007

Advertising Age

Why Your Branded Widget Might Not Be Welcome on MySpace

NEW YORK ( -- The talk around MySpace and Photobucket highlights one of the great divides in the philosophy and business models of social networks: to be open or closed…
Advertising Age, 5-14-2007


Winning with Widgets

To promote its Cingular Sounds mobile music services, Cingular has created a user-generated music contest with partner Freewebs.…
Billboard, 5-12-2007


Pittsburgh Innovates: Fotowoosh Transforms Web Site to 3-D Experience

Imagine getting inside a two-dimensional picture, moving around in the space and seeing it from a different angle. That is the idea behind Fotowoosh, a revolutionary new digital tool…
POPcity, 5-9-2007

MIT Technology Review

A New Dimension for Your Photos

Web service Fotowoosh wants to be the Flickr of 3-D. Looking at the photo prints from your Washington, D.C., vacation can prompt memories of being at real, three-dimensional places like the Lincoln Memorial. But what if you could actually walk into your photograph…
MIT Technology Review, 4-27-2007


Coffee Break

C|NET: Four brothers from Afghanistan founded the Web publishing company Freewebs. For them, free speech is a dire issue.…
USAToday, 4-27-2007


The Free-Speech Fundamentals of Freewebs

Shervin Pishevar believed he had to speak up. At the D technology conference in San Diego last May, Yahoo CEO Terry Semel was explaining why his company turned over information that likely helped Chinese authorities sentence a journalist to 10 years in prison…
CNET, 4-26-2007

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