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personal assistant

An unlicensed assistant in a real estate office who may work under the supervision of a licensed broker or agent, but who is prohibited from doing anything that specifically requires a license under applicable state law.

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In light of this, companies must optimise their websites for mobile users, adding dynamic device detection, mobile search keyword research and, ideally, a mobile content strategy to their overall marketing agendas.
deCarta Mobile Search is a full-featured and customizable application developed in JavaScript(R) to run inside W3C compliant widget runtime frameworks across a wide variety of handset brands, models, and operating systems.
Our strategy is very clear, that is to make mobile search service to outpace our PC-based search service.
We firmly believe in the bright future of the wireless internet business in China, and will continue to provide the mobile users with high-quality and easy-to-use mobile search services.
will provide mobile-sponsored search advertising within mobile search results conducted through the AT&T MEdia Net portal.
According to the report, adoption of mobile search services is likely to be driven by factors such as:
The downloadable mobile search client will first be shown at the VDAV exhibition on 13-15 June 2007 in Bonn, Germany.
is a provider of natural language mobile search and wireless information services in the China market.
The huge and continued growth in mobile search spending continues to impress and points to the movement of consumers and advertisers to these devices.
With over one billion mobile subscribers and 240 million mobile search users in China (iiMedia Research), it's by far the biggest mobile market and the most active mobile search market.
In 2007 allwords(sm) was launched by MCN in Japan as an outgrowth of its award-winning mobile search applications on NTT DoCoMo's iMode portal andwith Yahoo
Tokyo, Japan, Dec 21, 2007 - (JCN Newswire) - Mobile Content Networks (MCN), the world's leading mobile search management solutions provider, today announced the launch of "Uta Search," a music search service available from the home page of Yahoo

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