The ABC's mobile phone site, which we first told you about back in December, has now exited beta and been officially released. No major changes for the basic site, but what is new are specific applications for the iPhone and Android handsets. A Java application (to cover other phones) is also due later this year — though it's a pity there's not a specific BlackBerry version forthcoming. The ABC has also promised to eventually add video to the site. ABC Mobile
ABC Mobile Service Officially Launches With iPhone And Android Add-Ons
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