Conveneer, a Swedish mobile startup is building a mobile platform called Mikz that would assign a unique URL to your mobile phone, making content on your phone accessible on the Web. In essence, it turns each mobile phone into a Web server. Once your phone has a URL, Web applications and services can incorporate the data locked in there and, conversely, your phone can take advantage of common Web applications and information on the Web. Mikz can pull information such as contacts, GPS coordinates, and files from your phone. It then creates a Web interface for your phone so that you access that information anywhere. The result will be, among other things that you would never lose any telephone data again or need to back up or synchronize. You would simply have access to the information because it is all on a central location. Looking a step further ahead, that same information should be available to incorporate into office applications, documents, pleadings, letters, etc., etc., etc.