Mathematica's Wolfram Alpha, the occasionally cheesy, unintentionally racist autistic savant of search engines, has finally gotten a mobile version. It's optimised for iPhones, and therefore Android phones, the Pre, and others (It works fine in Opera Mobile, for example). Search pages are presented in a clean, simple menu format, although results seem mostly unchanged. [Wolfram Alpha via Electric Pig]
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