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Web Browser

A program that allows one to search, find and disseminate information over the Internet. Web browsers have become almost indispensable in business because of the sheer volume of information currently available.
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This Windows Mobile-based five-band(3) smartphone has a 3G/UMTS radio for fast web browsing and email-document downloading(2) plus a sleeker form with internal antenna.
Among the first devices to support the web browsing with the newest Flash player are Google's Android, Nokia's Symbian OS, Windows Mobile, and the New Palm Web OS.
The efficiency and ease of use of Fastap has proven to increase usage of everything from SMS and photo messaging to web browsing and more.
Mobilic Technology Corporation, a leading designer of SoC solutions for mobile products, today announced its new, portable multimedia device solution that combines the features of a digital camera, a personal media player (PMP), Java games, Web browsing and a production-ready development kit.
SDIO Hx enables higher throughput rates enabling OEMs to better support data-intensive, media-rich wireless applications and deliver faster response times for wireless Web browsing, file sharing, and network gaming.
VBrick's sophisticated multimedia capabilities blend real-time audio/video, live synchronized PowerPoint slides, and guided web browsing, which enables presenters to incorporate embedded video and flash animation by launching web pages.
To test applications such as real time video streaming or web browsing, the test setup must emulate a real radio network.
With a powerful Intel processor, 64 MB flash memory and 16 MB SDRAM, the BlackBerry 8700g provides noticeably faster web browsing, attachment viewing and application performance.
Although most organizations are prepared to allow a certain amount of nonwork-related Web browsing, the survey reveals much more than incidental usage.