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    New Google Mobile Service, details surfacing

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    Via ZDnet's Googling Google: "Google added a new entry into their robots.txt file — one way you can keep tabs on what Google doesn’t want to see. The new entry forbids crawlers from seeing http://www.google.com/m/lcb.

    The new feature lets you browse through categories of businesses without you having to type a word on your mobile device. Everything is broken down into categories — there is even one for “Googleplex”."

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    LCB = local catergory of business?

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    meh, shrug. sms google (46645) text is better!!

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    Ha ha what a spork

    This is not new, if you have Google mobile updater on your phone, and have installed everything on there, then you already have it. When you open the Google App (Google Search) on your phone, this is where it takes you. and its version 3.0.35, I know because I use it and when I went to the link, it already had me logged in an everything, and I was thinking, I have seen this before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rashard View Post
    This is not new, if you have Google mobile updater on your phone, and have installed everything on there, then you already have it. When you open the Google App (Google Search) on your phone, this is where it takes you. and its version 3.0.35, I know because I use it and when I went to the link, it already had me logged in an everything, and I was thinking, I have seen this before.
    Richard
    Yeah I've been using it for a while now just because it updated...normal Google mobile search, nothing ground-breaking.
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    Thanks for cracking this guys. Don't forget to add comments at the source:
    http://blogs.zdnet.com/Google/?p=978

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    Google will automatically log you into any of its services if you have logged into Google on that machine before, and selected "Remember Me".
    And no, it isn't regular mobile search, it's directory based. You enter the location, and then browse for results. It's more like Mobile Anti-Search. I'm pretty sure the internet wouldn't be a buzz with an old service. It's new, and it's all over the interwebs.
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