Saturday, January 29, 2005
"Yahoo said its new service is available across all the major wireless carriers at no charge for consumers. However, wireless carriers may charge fees for receiving text messages on a mobile handset. For example, a user could search for information about San Francisco's Slanted Door restaurant on a PC and then click on a link to send the address and telephone number to a mobile phone."
While this is a convenient service, I don't see too much of a need for it personally. I suppose if someone I know is on the road and needs some info in a pinch, they could call me to have me run a search and send them the results, but as wireless hotspots continue to spring up, I see this method as a short term trend.
Click the post title for the full story from Yahoo!. Did you expect someone else to report this one? ;>)