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Gigwalk is primarily designed to be a marketplace for much smaller gigs, for people who might want to make a few bucks when they're out and about. Seidman says in early testing, Apple Store employees on their way to work were enthusiastic users of the service. It also seems like a nice way for people with nothing to do to make some extra money--as long as they already have enough money to have a smartphone with a data plan. There are various checks and levels in the service. You can't accept a job unless your phone geolocates you at the right spot. All job results get evaluated by the people who requested them, and users earn "street cred" for jobs well done; some jobs can't be accepted unless you are above a certain street cred level.
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CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. The original initiative (PDF) behind a mobile apps rating system was launched by the CTIA near the end of March and calls for "voluntary self-certification of apps." The program seeks to have app-makers define the content within their creations based on a specific set of ratings and guidelines. The end result is a system the CTIA hopes will give consumers "more informed choices" when using applications on mobile devices. On the docket to talk at the unveiling, which takes place on November 29, are U.S. Senators Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), and Mark Pryor (D-Ark.), alongside CTIA President and CEO Steve Largent and ESRB President Patricia Vance.