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Social networks such as LinkedIn focus more on business-oriented people trying to extend their network for business reasons such as those given in Chapter 2. Facebook, on the other hand, focuses more on friendship-oriented networks. Finding old friends or creating new relationships is the most important part of it. Of course, these social networks can be used on any mobile devices with a web browser. However, social mobile networks are more than just a wireless extension. Mobile Peer to Peer (P2P) 16 Social mobile networks connect people who are within each other’s proximity.
These options can be specified on the used TInquirySockAddr object via the following functions: • TInquirySockAddr::SetAction(). This function can be used to set a number of flags governing how the device discovery will be performed. Note that several flags can be combined using a bitwise OR operation: KHostResInquiry KHostResName KHostResIgnoreCache KHostResCache Retrieve the addresses of remote devices Resolve the name of the remote device Ignore the local cache of remote devices previously found, only return devices that are currently discovered Use the local cache of previously found remote devices • TInquirySockAddr::SetIAC().
A similar approach is the spider application by Aalborg University . 9, the mobile user can look at a virtual world where his/her own character is moving around. As soon as Bluetooth detects other mobile phones in its proximity that are also running the spider application, more characters fill the room. Each mobile user can now steer his/her own character close to other characters and start actions such as chatting, exchanging profiles, or just looking at the real photo image. The spider approach is based on a concept developed some years ago at Aalborg University called SMARTEX .