Google bolsters mobile search

CNET has reported that Google is bolstering mobile search:

Google is doubling down on mobile search, and is set to offer new
features for finding local services and calling up driving directions
via wireless devices. On Tuesday, the search company plans to introduce
two new search options for mobile phones. One feature lets people with
browser-enabled cell phones use Google Local,
a Web directory of local businesses and sights, by typing in a name and
ZIP code. Using the second feature, people can text message Google SMS
(Short Message Service) with the short code "46645" to receive driving
directions to most locations.






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