Webaroo wants to preload the Web on laptops

Posted on Monday, April 10 2006 @ 17:43 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
A start-up called Webaroo wants to shrink the web so if can fit into a notebook:
The company has designed its service so that people will not have to go online to access information found on the net.

It has already signed a deal to put its snapshot of the net on laptops sold by PC maker Acer.

Eventually it will offer a "web-to-go" package that crams the most useful parts of the web into a block of data 40GB in size.
More details over at BBC.

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