frontpage - 9:42 pm on Dec 28, 2010 (gmt 0)
No, I don't think the problem is mobile versus regular browser versions of a site. It's more about serving up totally different content.
My question is technical.
Is the Google algorithm sophisticated enough to realize that a stripped down "Mobile" index.php page with minimal internal links at 4kb versus the normal browser version of index.php with multiple links, images, and 12kb in size is not cloaking? You can't say the content is similar.
see two different page sizes and different linking structure, is it smart enough not to penalize the great unwashed masses?