Mozilla's New Mobile Service - Joey
Mozilla developers are testing a new service that allows users to store online content on a remote server for later access through mobile devices. Called Joey, this service enables users to select portions of websites (images, text or video) and save them on their personal Joey pages. That page can then be accessed by a mobile device for later viewing. Every time a user accesses their Joey page, the information is updated - for instance, a stock ticker will update each time the page is accessed through the mobile device.
Joey aims to solve rendering problems with mobile Web surfing - avoiding the content that you don't need (ads and images) that have a tendency to clutter small mobile screens and interfere with load time. RSS capabilities will be included in the future. Joey is available now, but still in development.