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Tuesday, 29 January 2008 10:58

Skyfire's new mobile browser

Written by Muamer Odobasic


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The fastest one around

 

Skyfire announced its new smartphone Internet browser. They claim that this new browser is designed to be faster and simpler for use with smartphones.

Skyfire supports Web technologies such as Java, AJAX and Flash video. Skyfire representatives claim this is the fastest browser around, meaning it accesses data on the Internet faster than any other.

You can apply for Beta testing on www.skyfire.com. Windows Mobile 6 standard and professional both support this Beta. Symbian platform's compatible version should be out in a month or so.

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