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BBC Mobile - Home

The BBC has relaunched its mobile BBC website to keep up with the widget-enabled desktop version of the BBC's website, although it is fully available to online users as well.

The site is available at http://www.bbc.co.uk/mobile/betahome/ and has been in beta for some time; punters can try it using a virtual phone screen which allows them to scroll and click around to get the feel.

Users will be able to customise their homepage and can either shrink or expand sections - like in the full size version - depending on their likings.

BBC Coders have been particularly keen to make the site compatible with the latest smartphones and have added to the list the following: iPhone, iPod Touch, Google Android, phones equipped with Opera's browser; the Nokia N Series and 'high-end' Nokias, Sony Ericsson and Samsung phones loaded with the popular Net Front 3.3+ browser as well as some Blackberry models.

Fri, 12/03/2010 - 08:54


BBC - BBC Internet Blog: A new global visual language for the BBC's ...

The BBC website began its official life back in December 1997 with this very simple design. It was a basic offering with two sections to the site. Over time it has grown to encompass a great deal more. However due to the organic way in which the website evolved and the old structure of the business, with dozens of small design teams working independently of each other, the site had a fairly schizophrenic nature once you delved into its depths.

Fri, 19/02/2010 - 13:35


Edinburgh zoo on the beeb

Edinburgh Zoo's ground-breaking 'Chimpcam' project is the focus of a forthcoming BBC Wildlife documentary, to be broadcast on January 27th 2010.
 
You can find out more about how zoo researchers are gaining new insights into our nearest evolutionary cousins by training chimps to use video touch-screens.
 
There is more information on the BBC website. If you missed the programme, it might still be available on the BBC iPlayer.

Mon, 25/01/2010 - 18:01