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Yahoo! Axis Seeks to Redefine Search and Web Browsing Yahoo! Axis Seeks to Redefine Search and Web Browsing
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Yahoo! today announced the launch of Yahoo! Axis, its new mobile browser and desktop plug-in. The software hopes to redefine how users search and browse the web with “visual” search interaction and by syncing web browsing between multiple devices. Axis …

Twitter Updates Its Mobile Website Twitter Updates Its Mobile Website
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Twitter announced today that it is updating its mobile website. The updates are to make the website more consistent across various mobile phones and browsers. The changes to Twitter brought about last December will now be available to those using …

Google Explains Its Responsive Webpage Design Google Explains Its Responsive Webpage Design
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Though Google realizes that multiple versions of a website can help tailor that site for display on a specific device, Google uses a different approach for displaying websites on a wide variety of devices. Instead of having separate websites for …

What is Google’s GoMo? What is Google’s GoMo?
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Even as the backlash about the Google Reader redesign is picking up steam, something Google seems willing to ignore in favor of its “Google-Plus-ification” of all their products, the company isn’t resting on its laurels of at least trying to …

Firefox For Android Tablets Rears its Head Firefox For Android Tablets Rears its Head

While it’s certainly not ready for prime time, the developers at Mozilla have offered something of a beta test/sneak peak at their upcoming Firefox build for various tablets. Found in the Firefox Nightly build testing section of Mozilla, the program …

US Leads In Mobile Web Browsing
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The United States has surpassed the UK in mobile Web browsing, now accounting for 29 percent of the global traffic, according to the mobile firm Bango.

The company says the good news for content providers is that the growth in traffic is being matched by the growth in users paying for content on the mobile Web.

"With 245 million subscribers, it was only a matter of time before the US became the number 1 country in the world for mobile web browsing," said Anil Malhotra, SVP of Marketing at Bango.