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People use smartphones in daily activities for accessing and storing information in various situations. In this paper, we present a work in progress for detecting and automating some of these activities. To explore the possible patterns we developed an experimental application to detect daily tasks used by smartphones and analyzed it to provide suggestions(More)
In this paper, we investigate the usage of context-based awareness cues in informal information sharing, especially in social networking services. We present an experimental mobile application, which allows users to add different descriptions of context information to their Facebook status updates. The meaningfulness and the usage of different context(More)
People access applications and services through different devices depending on location and needs. During a single day, people can use a smartphone, tablet, PC and a TV, sequentially or simultaneously, depending on the context of use. Even within a single task, people often start with one device, such as a smartphone, and continue with another device, such(More)
In this paper we introduce an experimental application to demonstrate the usage of context-based awareness cues in status updates, especially in SNS's (Social Networking Services). The presented application allows users to add different descriptions of context information to their Twitter messages and Facebook status updates in a narrative format. We have(More)
The multitude of interactive devices we use daily has steadily increased since the advent of personal computers. Also, the spreading ubiquitous computing leaves the users with increasing number of device ensembles. There is often a need to change the device in use, which requires moving applications, data, user interfaces or parts of them to other device(s)(More)
Information from the physical world is increasingly being digitalized and shared in social networks. We share our locations, tag photos and add different kinds of informal awareness cues about the physical world to our online communities. In this paper, we investigate the privacy implications of shared context cues in social networking services. We present(More)
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