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Live Search for RIM BlackBerry

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 20-May-2007 09:38

A quick note to our readers using RIM BlackBerry devices (and other J2ME mobile phones): you can now download a beta version of Live Search for mobile compatible with RIM BlackBerry devices!

The main page for Live Search for mobile contains information about the software, what it does and more. Originally developed for Windows Mobile devices, you can now use it with J2ME clients - which means almost any mobile phone these days.

Even if you don't have a compatible handset, it is still possible to search by sending a SMS (only in the U.S. though).

With the client on your handset you can get maps, traffic information, local information and search. Go check it out.






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