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Google take on Skweezer for low res supremacy

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Posted 18 years ago | News | Chris Tilley 0 comments

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Skweezer.net have for some years provided Mobile users with the ability to remove overbearing, high resolution content from websites, automatically formatting it to fit on the screen of their Mobile Device.

Now, the mighty Google LLC has decided to try its hand, launching a unbranded rival system to skweezer.net. Unlike Skweezer, Google's content parser breaks large web pages down into smaller, bite size chunks at automatically created break-points within the code. The automatic break-point decision is made by the Google parser, and doesn't do too badly at retaining the flow of the document.

The Google Mobile Content Parser is one of an increasing number of Google services designed to make surfing on mobile devices that little bit easier, including portable versions of Google Search, Image, Local and Mobile Web Search.

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Posted on 20 January 2006 at 16:32By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

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