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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)


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Reply # 50117 28-Oct-2006 22:59
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Good ones I've found are xtra... good for news etc. GMail has 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
Send private message 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:// gives you links to several web sites.

The system means a URL / internet address can be spelt by typing each key just once spelling with numbers rather than letters. for example, becomes, while spells

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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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