If I can't read the information on a web page that has been rendered like a tiny version of a PC desktop on my mobile device, or distinguish one item from another, then how the heck will I know what to zoom in on?! And looking at web pages through a keyhole? Who thought this would be a good experience for the user?Personally, I think it's nice to be able to see the content the way it intended to be on a PC, but if I am out about and want to get information right from my mobile device, I'd rather to have it serves as information and nothing else. This save me my data bandwidth, I don't have to hunt through the advertisements or unwanted/unneeded images. But that's my preference, others may have different idea or view, and may totally disagree with the way I'd prefer to surf internet on my mobile device.
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Comment by freitasm, on 30-Mar-2007 11:04
The difference between the Deepfish and the iPhone is that Deepfish is out now - even though it's in beta...
Comment by juha, on 30-Mar-2007 11:15
We need more WAP... :)
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