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  1. Searchme Releases Mobile App for Android

    Searchme released an app for the iPhone last November. Visual search engine Searchme has released a mobile application for Android. The Android is a mobile operating system by Google that is currently found on the G1 at T-Mobile.

  2. SearchDay | Canaries in the SEM Coal Mine

    Yellowbook already has apps for Windows Mobile, Blackberry, Palm, and the iPhone. Yellowbook Launches G1 Mobile Application Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 30, 2008 Local business publisher Yellowbook has launched a new mobile application for the G1...

  3. SearchDay | Trick or Tweet for CNN

    Yellowbook already has apps for Windows Mobile, Blackberry, Palm, and the iPhone. Yellowbook Launches G1 Mobile Application Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 30, 2008 Local business publisher Yellowbook has launched a new mobile application for the G1...

  4. Yellowbook Launches G1 Mobile Application

    Yellowbook already has apps for Windows Mobile, Blackberry, Palm, and the iPhone. For more information on Yellowbook's mobile apps, visit http://www.yellowbook.com/iphone-windows-mobile-blackberry/. Local business publisher Yellowbook has launched...

  5. SearchDay | Building a Data-Driven Organization

    But should you ditch your Blackberry, Palm, iPhone, etc to get one? The G1 has a touch screen, similar to the iPhone, but it doesn't have multitouch. When I'm using my iPhone, I just hit a button and it gets a pretty close assessment of where I am...

  6. SearchDay | Economic Depression 2.0

    There was a lot of hype about the device and how it compared to the iPhone, but how does Google's baby, search, fit into the mix? How Google is Integrating Search into Android and the G1 Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 2, 2008 Recently, Google and T...

  7. SearchDay | Who Audits the Auditor?

    This definitely has the potential to be an Apple iPhone competitor. T-Mobile Officially Unveils First Google Android Phone Posted by Nathania Johnson Sep 23, 2008 After months of speculation, the long-awaited announcement of the first Google...

  8. T-Mobile Officially Unveils First Google Android Phone

    No, you'll need the ability to know what device your visitors are browsing from - whether it's an iPhone, G1 or other device - and be able to send them to a mobile-friendly site accordingly. As an iPhone owner, I have access to several apps that...