Tech giant Microsoft is taking another stab at its mobile portal with a relaunch of its MSN Mobile site. The company said it’s a redesigned and reengineered portal for
mobile phones in the United States to provide customers with access to e-mail, news, sports, entertainment, local movie listings, maps and directions. It’s also set to provide mobile links to Microsoft’s Live services including Windows Live Hotmail, Windows Live Messenger, Windows Live Spaces, and Live Search.
The site is set to work with devices with Internet browsers utilizing Wireless Application Protocols (WAP) 1.2 or greater.
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