Mobil Devices and Search Engines

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The electronic world is getting more mobile every day. New PDAs and smartphones keep everything going with you and if it’s not those two it’s Ipods or even a PSP. The thing is, it’s almost always useful anymore to have all that access in wi-fied little package so you always have the information you need.

Kim Kommando had a good feature on the CNN Money website. In the story, she discusses all the ins and outs of mobile phone searches. Most major search engines will work without a problem be it Google, Yahoo or MSN. If you have Internet access and a browser, it should work mostly like normal. You have to remember though that most of your wireless companies charge fees for this stuff based on a data transfer rate. Kim warns that if you download much, better go with the unlimited usage option.

She advises for quick searches, Google and Yahoo are the best but MSN offers some additional features for customization if you need some more lengthy searches in mind. One does need to register for the MSN product and it takes a few minutes including sending you a text message verification to your wireless account. They will also give you the option to pick between a pay and free version.

If you’d like to read the article in full, hop over to her website.

John Stith is a staff writer for WebProNews covering technology and business.

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