Mobile Burn: Mobile device users can head over to google.com to search for 'weather' to see some new changes the service.
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Search giant continues acquisitions bonanza with the purchase of Plink, a startup focused on visual search technology for mobile devices.
Kelsey also reports that the 54.5 million mobile Internet users in the United States comprise 25 percent of online users.
Corporate reshuffle could quick if more execs take leave before plans are announced.
Although the wireless Internet is becoming more desktop like, the behavior and needs of users is still quite different.
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Instead of scrolling through your address book manually, this new application allows you to find and call a contact using only the sound of your voice.
Use your BlackBerry's built-in search feature to find data or an application.
Do your research online and then send your smartphone a link to help you remember what vehicles had which characteristics.
App to provide access to tools such as voice search, social networks, maps, news, and instant messaging.
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App allows smartphone users to conduct your searches with voice activation or by typing.