Microsoft Deepfish Hands-on

Posted: Apr 3 2007, 6:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:23am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

Microsoft Deepfish Hands-on
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Microsoft released its first beta version of Deepfish last week. Deepfish is a web browser for mobile devices running Windows Mobile.

What I have seen so far from Deepfish is nothing better than what Nokia has already on the start since quite a while (2005!) with their S60 web browser. I use it every day on my Nokia N80 and it works great.Laptop Mag has tested the Deepfish browser. Their take: "Although it's still in beta, our first tests of the product left us interested in the new Web-browsing tool but unsure of its mobile readiness or need. Microsoft considers it a prototype and has not announced any plans to offer full or more widely available versions."
Read the full review on Laptop Mag.

See also the Microsoft Live Labs Deepfish site, where you can register to get access to the beta version.

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