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Sunday, January 22, 2006

GMail Goes Mobile

It seems Google won't stop until it gets enough (which doesn't look soon). The company decided to enter the mobile users' community by making their popular e-mail service, GMail, accessable from mobile phones' Web browsers. Everyone wants to get into the act. It would appear that very soon we are going to forget about all those wires that keeps us around the devices attached to them. Hey, you won't find me complaining, feeling free to go is a wonderful thing. So, if you have a GMail account and a GPRS-enabled (even plain GSM connections will work) mobile phone, check it out by pointing your mobile phone's browser to (http://m.gmail.com). Be warned though, costs of connection differ from country to country and from one provider to the other (Google is not charging anything, at least not yet). If you encounter problems, check the troubleshooting guide.

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