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21-April-08, News Highlights: Mobile Web

Posted by Mort Greenberg on April 21, 2008



Nokia Tests Business Models Through Mobile Web Site ‘Mosh’ – Apr 18, 2008
(NOK) hastily threw together a three-man team to follow up on an initiative by then-Chief Technology Officer Tero Ojanpera: A grass-roots mobile Web site PINK:NOKBF

Wireless and Mobile News
Text & Shout for Tweens on Radio Disney Mobile Web
Wireless and Mobile News, CA – Apr 18, 2008
The new Radio Disney Mobile Web site allows users of web-enabled mobile phones to receive fast delivery of Radio Disney information and services including
Mobile web ‘commonplace’ within a year
Australian IT, Australia – Apr 16, 2008
RESEARCH tracking Australians’ propensity to use their mobile phones to access the internet indicates use of the mobile internet will be commonplace within
Mowser ends, but the mobile web must live on
ZDNet – Apr 15, 2008
While there are those who say the Mobile Web must die since mobile devices today have the horsepower and hardware to bring us the full web on the go,

Video is next wave of growth for cell carriers
The Tennessean, TN – 20 hours ago
Millions of cell-phone users a month are going to such sites as Mywaves, which is geared toward mobile Web surfers and offers ad-supported news,
BillShrink: An Easy Way to Find the Right Cell Plan PC Magazine
The FCC’s Disputed Wireless Auction BusinessWeek
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Mobile Web must die!
ZDNet – Apr 15, 2008
Mowser, a startup that concentrated on mobile web browsing, is no more. While it’s sad to see a startup die, especially one where the founder put in so much
It’s an m.web – A Top Ten Mobile Web Sites
All About Symbian, UK – Apr 18, 2008
With Mowser’s impending demise, a lot of discussion has been centred this week on the future of the mobile web. Ewan reckons that it’s stronger than ever
Mobile Web: Over before it began?
ZDNet – Apr 14, 2008
Mowser, a Menlo Park, Calif. startup focused on the mobile Web browsing, is going away, but not before its founder sounded the death knell for the so-called
Australians see barriers to mobile web browsing, Australia – Apr 17, 2008
A new joint survey by Sony-Ericsson and 3Mobile of 653 Australians has revealed that 91% of respondents are prevented from accessing mobile web by barriers
Mobile Web Browsers Have No Where To Go But Up
WebWorkerDaily, CA – Apr 17, 2008
As InformationWeek recently reported, mobile web browsing is a market with a substantial amount of upward growth potential. More and more mobile phone

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