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Old 04-26-2006, 03:31 PM   #1
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Wampad gateway to mobile web

There's a new mobile site called Wampad that's an interesting starting point to all kinds of mobile web sites, news and information. It's designed specifically for mobile browsers. With just a quick initial look I found a nicely formatted list of Google news on various topics, and a simple interface to the IMDB movie database. If you choose a web site, it even gives you a "mobilized" version of the web site.

The author's description is that "It's basically a jump off point to alot of what the mobile web has to offer. You can enter in a search query once and use it to check google, yahoo or msn. You can also do some comparision shopping by entering in a UPC code and then check it against froogle, yahoo, beyond and amazon. There are about 18 contextual searches / direct info retrival that you can do using a pick list and a text box."

Well worth a try at http://wampad.com/.

Related links:From Shawn McCollum, the author of this nifty tool.
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