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Amp'd To Offer Full Web Browsing

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Feb 3, 2006, 3:39 PM   by (staff)

Novarra today announced that all Amp'd's handsets are shipping with their nWeb browser. nWeb is a micro-browser that provides access to WAP 2.0 as well as standard web sites. Novarra's servers do most of the work, reformatting regular web content for the small screens and providing accelerated downloading for all web content. Opera recently announced a similar browser, Opera Mini, available to all users of Java-enabled handsets regardless of carrier.



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Feb 3, 2006, 7:59 PM

wake up

Hopefully other carriers will pick up on this 😁
or we could just go get amp'd phones
I use nWeb on U.S. Cellular. Works pretty good and its similar to a normal WAP browser.
or you can download an opera mini and get html web browsing on you phone 😎
Some already have picked up on this. While sprint's content gateway will do quite a bit of translation, this is yet again boosted by Google mobile search.

Agreed, carriers like TMobile, Cingular, etc. really could use such a thing.

Feb 3, 2006, 5:05 PM

GO Amp'D

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