The University of San Diego has joined an elite group of universities that are early adopters of mobile applications, Reuters reports. With the release of "MySDMobile" (, USD students have access to a diverse suite of nine programs using the Apple iPhone and other smart mobile devices, such as the RIM BlackBerry. Members of the USD community can use their iPhones or other mobile devices to view a GPS-enabled interactive map of the university's campus, including where particular classes are located; call or eMail faculty and staff members using the directory feature of the application; and browse through the...

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