Opening Day for Webaroo

April 10, 2006 at 8:10 am

For those who travel to remote locations or just travel a lot and are never sure when or where they will be able to find a connection a new service being launched today promises a solution for finding information when you can’t get online. Webaroo is a new search service that relies on caching to bring the Internet to mobile devices even when there’s no Internet connection. The ZDNet blog and CNET News both offer up more inforomation on Webaroo — a company that I will definitely be keeping my eye on.

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