LinkedIn, a network of 19 million professionals, is now providing a mobile version of its site available at m.linkedin.com from mobile Internet browsers. The service supports the iPhone, the iPod touch, Blackberries, and other phones. The beta release, announced by the company today, is available in English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese. Members will be able to search profiles and bio information; research contacts they may have in common with other professionals; invite people to join networks; and receive updates about connections. A final version is expected later this spring.
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