Just an SMS will get you the meaning

Tuesday, 25 November 2008, 13:27 Hrs
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Thiruvananthapuram: No access to an internet or even a dictionary? Don't worry! Now you can just send an SMS and know the meaning of any word or term.

"Anyone can just send an SMS to know the meaning. Instantly the answer will come on their mobile," co-founder and CEO of Innoz Technologies Deepak Ravindran said Friday.

The SMS can be sent as GYAN<space>keyword to 09895974926.

The company, owned by four engineering students, launched an innovative text messaging interface for any definitions by sending an SMS from a mobile. The answer will be sent by another company located in Mumbai. The owners are students of the LBS College of Engineering, Kasargode, in north Kerala.

"We have together invested 100,000 and our returns come through advertisements. We have now joined hands with Intel Software as a 'software partner'. We are also registered members of Google AdSense Programme, Yahoo Search Marketing, Microsoft and Sun's Internet Startup Essentials Programme," Ravindran said.
Source: IANS
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