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Digg fans who want to tell everyone what news they should be reading can now do so on their iPhone, BlackBerry or other smartphone that delivers a full Web browsing experience, TechRadar reports.
The new mobile version of the news recommendation service is pretty much like the PC version, with tabbed browsing, comments, favorites and the ability to distinguish media types. This last bit is important because if the news item you want to check out is a video, it will only download if your phone has a browser that can support it.
For folks with phones that don’t do video, Digg has a basic mobile version as well at diggriver.com.
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