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April 12, 2005
Google for mobile phones
David Pogue of the New York Times reviews Google's new search tool for mobile phones:
"In the What box, type in what you're looking for, like "Italian restaurant." In the Where box, put your Zip code (or city and state). Click search, and boom Google shows you the Yellow Pages and Web results, in a list and even on a map (which you can scroll or zoom). By highlighting a result, you can click to place a phone call to that place, or get driving directions from your current location. It's all free, and there are no ads..."
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