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Technabob Gets the iPhone Treatment

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In the last couple of days, Technabob has rolled out a brand new look for those of you visiting the site from your iPhone or iPod Touch. The new design lets you quickly browse the top stories on the site, and when you click through to a story, you’ll see a special version that’s much easier to read on the small screen.

Technabob on iPhone

It’s also optimized for faster loading on 3G and EDGE – for those times you can’t find a speedy WiFi connection. You can always toggle back and forth between the regular version of the site and the iPhone version if you don’t care for the new look.

To view the new version of the site, just head on over to the Technabob home page using your iPhone or iPod Touch, and it should auto-detect your device. Once you’re there, be sure to check the “+” then “Add to Home Screen” button on your device to save a bookmark and a spanking new icon for quick and easy access to our latest posts.

Enjoy… and post a comment if you have any feedback about the new layout.

[Thanks to the guys over at Brave New Code – their WPtouch add-ons for WordPress made it easy as pie to create this new version of the site.]



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