Articles tagged with: Yahoo and Maps

Nokia and Yahoo Confirm Mobile Internet Services Partnership

After a couple of leaks at the weekend, Nokia and Yahoo have confirmed they are to work closer together in mobile web services. more

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Yahoo Steps Up Push Into Mobile-Software Arena

In a move to grab ground in the emerging mobile arena, Yahoo said it will launch on Friday an improved version of its suite of software for cellphone users in the U.S. and unveil test versions in 13 other countries." more

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Yahoo Launches Services for Windows Mobile

Yahoo has just announced the availability of gamma version of "Yahoo! Go for Mobile 2.0" on Windows Mobile powered devices." more

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UPDATE: Apple Confirms Mobile Phone Launch

Apple Computer has confirmed the long rumoured Apple mobile phone device will be launched. The iPhone will be a widescreen version of the company's video iPod, with a touch screen and Internet connection, said Apple CEO Steve Jobs at the annual Macworld Expo. more

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One Billion Mini Web Pages

Norway based, Opera Software has announced that Opera Mini users have surfed one billion Web pages since the browser's official launch seven months ago. The most popular sites are Google search, community and dating sites, e-mail and domains for more grown-up entertainment. The little browser has been embraced by more than five million active users worldwide, and is increasingly being supplied pre-installed on mobile phones at the point of sale. more

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Yahoo! Has Early Lead in Mobile Domain Market

M:Metrics has found that yahoo! is the most popular mobile content brand. During the quarter ended December 2005, 12.8 million U.S. mobile subscribers accessed yahoo's services in an average month -- 4 million more than second-place AOL. MSN and Google follow, with about 7 million subscribers accessing their mobile offerings each month during the fourth quarter. more

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Blackberry To Support Google's Mapping,IM Progs"

NEW YORK (AP)--BlackBerry e-mail devices will soon support the Google Talk instant-messaging and Google Local mapping programs, the handheld maker said Thursday, extending the Internet titan's push to put its services on mobile devices.  more

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