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AOL releases AOL Mobile Search
Posted on 27-Jul-2005 23:23 | Tags Filed under: News



America Online, Inc. is testing a suite of new AOL Mobile Search Services that give mobile users access to the AOL Search service, Pinpoint Shopping Search and AOL Yellow Pages.

The service is available as a public beta test allowing users to search the Web, perform comparison shop for products and access local listings from mobile phones, smartphones and PDAs.

Mobile AOL Search Services are made possible through AOL's new partnership with InfoGin Ltd., a mobile technology provider based in Israel. InfoGin's proprietary mobile transcoding and content analysis technology automatically adapts Web pages that were designed for the desktop so that they can easily be viewed on today's browser-enabled mobile phones.

To see AOL's new Mobile Search Services from their Web-enabled phones, users should launch their mobile browser and type in mobile.aolsearch.com.










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