MobileTracker site changes

Nov 15 2004 - 10:31 PM ET | Site News
We've made a couple of changes to the site today and would take some time to explain them. First, if you're an RSS feed subscriber you have probably noticed that the feed is now full text. That means you can read via RSS whatever you would normally see on the main MobileTracker page. If we add more content "after the jump" (like photos, which is often the case), you'll need to click through to see it. You'll also notice on the RSS feed that there are now advertisements. These are content targeted ads which means they should relate to the topic of the article. The ads are provided by Overture and powered by FeedBurner. We're proud to work with both companies. Secondly, all of our readers will notice a new ad from the folks at DataViz. They have a new product called RoadSync that lets you keep up to tabs on your Outlook email right from your phone. It's pretty slick, very easy to get working, and has a free 90-day demo. If you have a compatible phone (Series 60 or one that runs Java MIDP 2.0). Palm and UIQ versions are coming soon. Check it out. If your company would like to advertise on MobileTracker, contact Luis Escalante (