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Topic # 9989 28-Oct-2006 21:35
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hi all

does any have any sites (address) for websites that can be viewed on pocket pc's (including geekzone)

cheers

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Reply # 50117 28-Oct-2006 22:59
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Good ones I've found are xtra... http://www.xtra.co.nz/pda good for news etc. GMail has http://m.gmail.com. For anything else there is Skweezer which is good for converting pages to fit PDA screens, especially the GZ forums..

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  Reply # 50124 28-Oct-2006 23:13
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www.bmw.mobi is one that makes use of the new .mobi domain names. I've been meaning to post this for a while now for the benefit of nzbnw, so if he's around... here you go :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 50211 29-Oct-2006 22:04
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And, if you belong to the (IMHO) best bank in NZ:


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  Reply # 50214 29-Oct-2006 22:19
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These are more for the small screen like your phone but the news htt://6397.com gives you links to several web sites.

The wordDial.com system means a URL / internet address can be spelt by typing each key just once spelling with numbers rather than letters.

News.com for example, becomes 6397.com, while 9328437.com spells weather.com.




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Reply # 51313 6-Nov-2006 18:40
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WOWZER!  These are some great links!  Laughing







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