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  1. Mobile Search in BRIC: Tips and Tricks

    Mobile phones are comparatively cheap, even web-enabled phones, and with the rapid expansion of wireless availability around the world, people who can't afford a computer and broadband connection can now access the web as effectively as anyone else.

  2. Founder Berners-Lee Sees Social Media Corrupting His Intent For The Web

    Wireless Internet providers are being tempted to slow traffic to sites with which they have not made deals. Net neutrality maintains that if I have paid for an Internet connection at a certain quality, say, 300 Mbps, and you have paid for that...

  3. What do the iPad and Tablet Computers Mean for Search?

    Tablet computers are ideal for using search on the move via a phone or wireless connection. Surrounded by hype, adored by some, denigrated by others. Like the iPhone before it, the iPad is a category igniter -- it won't end up being the dominant...

  4. Smartphone banking has limited mobility

    We don’t want people worrying about whether they are in a secure place or not, such as using a wireless connection in a coffee bar. Steam locomotives, automobiles, the internet and the mobile phone were all met with cynicism.

  5. FCC Passed "White Space" What Does It Mean

    As Larry Page noted in the Official Google blog, "This is a clear victory for Internet users and anyone who wants good wireless communications. For example, mesh networks will allow users wireless connectivity in the business environment.

  6. New Search Patent Applications: May 23, 2006 - Yahoo Wallets, Microsoft Answers, and Google Phrases

    Imagine something similar, but with gestures made with your wireless phone or PDA in hand. In this patent application, mobile Speech Search developer V-Enable describes a new method of navigation through the web using the motion of a wireless device.

  7. More on Google's Plan for Wi-Fi in San Francisco; Text of Google's Filing Available

    Google's eight-page response was heavy on company philosophy, but provided few details on the company's blueprint for a San Francisco wireless Internet, or WiFi, network. The remainder of the eight page document has info about Google company...