Wikipedia has made it to the mobile phone. Called Wapedia, mobile phone users with a suitable handset and service (users should beware of excessive charges for off-portal data by their...

Wikipedia has made it to the mobile phone. Called Wapedia, mobile phone users with a suitable handset and service (users should beware of excessive charges for off-portal data by their network providers) can access the full Wikpedia service in a package tailored for the mobile handset. People who are interested can access it through their mobile browser by typing in en.wapedia.org

The service complements the practical uses of the mobile Internet. Instead of being used for long periods of time, consulting multiple sites and services, the mobile Internet is best suited for quick answers to questions that need answering on the move. Indeed, Wapedia addresses this so well that it could spell the end of the pub quiz as we know it!

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