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Clipping service reduces web traffic for mobile devices
Posted on 24-Jan-2004 08:33 | Filed under: News


Clipping service reduces web traffic for mobile devices
The service, compatible with a wide range of browsers and mobile devices (including Windows Mobile Pocket PC, Palm OS, Symbian and WAP mobile phones) allows users to create personalised web clips of web pages and view them on the go.

MobileClipper clips information users might want to view on the move, for example, news, weather, live sports results, lottery results, flight arrivals, live train departure times, TV listings, travel information and stock quotes. The results are viewable on any phone or handheld device with a WAP or mobile web browser.

MobileClipper isn't just for personal use. Companies can clip address books, jobs, deliveries, information, advice or any instant and timely information that makes employees more productive on the move. It's also possible to use MobileClipper to create mobile versions of web pages for suppliers and customers.

Regarding mobile and PDA web browsing, Bloor Research/Silicon.com recently commented "Pointing your device at the broader internet doesn't help either - the vast majority of sites are simply unusable on a quarter VGA screen, let alone anything smaller".

“MobileClipper is implemented using the latest Microsoft mobile .NET technologies” said Paul Whiteman, the senior architect of MobileClipper. “This allows it to serve information to the many types of WAP and XHTML device, as well as to Microsoft's own Pocket PC Phone and Smartphone”



Symbian UIQ Sony Ericsson P800 / P900



Windows Mobile Smartphone


Individual users can sign up for a personal subscription at US$19.99 per year. Business subscriptions are also available.


More information: http://www.mobileclipper.com...







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