AOL's new mobile search feature needs no WAP

AOL has teamed up with InfoGin to launch its AOL Mobile Search Service that it claims will "shrink the Internet" and encode it for the mobile phone. The offering adapts search results and Web pages using content-analysis and transcoding technology from InfoGin. Most other similar services can only download full Web pages onto handsets if those pages are WAP-enabled.

For more on AOL's new mobile search feature:
- take a look at this article from CNET

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