It seems that we haven’t heard anything about Yahoo! Go since back at CES when Yahoo’s CEO Terry Semel introduced it. It sounded like a good idea at the time, but since they’ve been sitting on it for so long, the hype seems to have settled. In an attempt to revive it which it’s still kicking, they have announced the service is now compatible with Windows Mobile versions 2003 SE and 5.0 (formerly supported Symbian OS only).
The service allows you to access your Yahoo! accounts on your mobile device – including Yahoo! Search, Mail, Photos, Address Book and Calendar, Yahoo! News, Sports, Finance, and any other service you can think of from their gigantic portfolio. Additionally, Yahoo! has partnered with companies like Motorola, Nokia and RIM to have the software pre-loaded on their devices. Moto has already confirmed their plans to “pre-load and prominently feature Yahoo! Go for Mobile on optimized handsets worldwide starting in the first half of 2007.” Head over to the Go site to find out more.