Google goes mobile

Search giant's Google Personalized Home lets people get e-mail, news, RSS feeds on mobile devices.

Google released on Thursday Google Personalized Home, which lets people access Gmail, news, RSS feeds and other information from their personalized Google home page on mobile phones and PDAs. The service is free in the U.S. and works with any phone that contains an XHTML-capable Web browser. Google also said on Thursday that its instant messaging, local search and maps would work on BlackBerry mobile devices . Last week, Motorola said it would add Google's Internet search technology into some of its mobile phones.

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