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Mobile Browser ID Strings (a.k.a. User Agent ID)
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We are now adding telephones, tablets or whatever the latest buzz phrase is – as well as PDA thingies – in this section. Phone, bluetooth, camera, java enabled and MPEG4 video recording.
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You could, at no charge, upgrade to a W3C standards compliant browser such as Firefox. String from Karol Takeda – thanks.
Strings from John Overmars – thanks. Historically HTC products were badged for use by operators. String from Ben Anderson – thanks. String from Jeff Davis – thanks.
Tech Stuff – Mobile Browser ID (User-Agent) Strings
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String from Elliot Rogers – thanks. This is criicket of an Internet suite including mail for the PalmOS. Just think about tabbed browsing on that.