Netbiscuits added new devices to their database (already 5,000+) within the
last month: Three Skypephone S2 (Amoi 8709), Nokia 5730 (XpressMusic), LG
LG265 (Rumor 2), Toshiba W62T,Sharp SH902i, Kyocera A5528K Sanyo A5522S and-
Samsung GT-S8000 (Jet), in addition to the ones below:
Samsung SPH-M340 (Mantra)
Kyocera M2000 Xt-c
Samsung SPH-M310 (Slash)
LG LX175 (Flare)
Nokia 5530 XpressMusic
Sony Ericsson Satio (idou)
Nokia 7070 (Prism)
Nokia 6212 classic
Nokia 2730 (Turbo)
Info & free 30 day trial of Netbiscuits available at: www.netbiscuits.com.
Jennifer Martinez writes an article for www.gigaom.com/ where she covers a
new iPhone application platform, NearbyNow.
"NearbyNow offers a digital shopping service via mobile phones or the web
that lets users find and reserve products they’re looking for in local
brick-and-mortar stores, as well as directing users to web sites to purchase
products online. The company’s iPhone platform provides a template on which
publications can build mobile apps that push products used in editorial
spreads or from advertising campaigns straight to users on their mobile
According to t... (more)
Social Media Journal on Ulitzer
I have been waiting for a worthy topic to make my first Ulitzer post and the
events taking place in Iran are sweeping the Internet and world by storm.
Below is an email providing a first hand account of the events that took
place in Tehran on June 15th, 2009. My sincere hopes and wishes are with the
people of Iran in this tumultuous time.
If you find this report of any value, please share it with as many people as
possible. Facebook is filtered and internet is very slow in Iran!
Observations On The Course Of Events of 15th June 2009 in Tehran
I lef... (more)
Germany’s toughest movie team is taking vigorous mobile action. Starting
today, TV Movie, a TV guide with amongst the highest circulation and greatest
coverage in Europe, is expanding its cross-media offering. Besides three
print titles, two online websites and numerous EPGs, there is now a mobile
portal available at mobil.tvmovie.de. Netbiscuits, the leading international
software platform for the creation, publication, and monetization of mobile
websites, has realized the easy-to-operate mobile portal for TV Movie.
Thanks to Netbiscuits, cell phone users can now choose their TV ... (more)
A recent article on www.storefrontbacktalk.com by Fred J. Aun takes a look
at, "Mobile Site Design: A Standards-Free Wild West."
The ever-increasing number of mobile devices hitting a global marketplace
with minimal standards in place poses a real challenge for the development of
mobile websites, applications and services. Standardization body attempts to
provide clarity and guidance have fallen short with the industry focusing on
differentiation over standardization.
Despite the talk about, and obvious need for, some standardization, the
industry has gone in th... (more)