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TechWorld Australia's mobile Web site

TechWorld Australia's mobile Web site

TechWorld Australia now has a mobile Web site allowing you to access IT news on the go.

Simply log on at:

It's the same content, but form-factored for your favourite mobile device. On TechWorld mobile you will get a feed of the latest news and a list of ten of the most popular tags.

At any time you can switch to the full “desktop” browser view by clicking on the “classic” link at the top.

I say “desktop” because thanks to WebKit smartphone operating systems like iPhone OS, Android and Symbian all now have a full Web site rendering engine used by PC browsers like Safari and Google's Chrome. WebKit is a fork of KHTML used by the KDE open source project.

TechWorld mobile even lets you search for articles of interest by clicking on the search button.

Have fun surfing TechWorld from your phone!

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