, a service that formats web content for small screens on mobile devices, is the first to offer mobile versions of Wikipedia and other popular web destinations eBay, craigslist, Citysearch, and MySpace. If you access in your BlackBerrys browser, you will find a “Web” tab where you can choose categories such as Auctions, Information, Entertainment, or Social.

Being first to comprehensively mobilize these popular sites is a testament to the unique strength of our technology,” said founder and President Keith Gerard. “Our technology optimizes the dynamic real-time content and robust functionality of these sites, and displays it all in the most technically-effective and aesthetic manner possible. In addition, accessing craigslist or eBay at gives mobile users an important, time-sensitive advantage of viewing classifieds and auctions without being
chained to a PC.

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