Mobile content is any type of electronic media which is viewed or used on mobile phones, like ringtones, graphics, discount offers, games, movies, and GPS navigation. As mobile phone use has grown since the mid 1990s, the significance of the devices in everyday life has grown accordingly. Owners of mobile phones can now use their devices to make calendar appointments, send and receive text messages (SMS), listen to music, watch videos, shoot videos, redeem coupons for purchases, view office documents, get driving instructions on a map, and so forth. The use of mobile content has grown accordingly.
Camera phones not only present but produce media, for example photographs with a few million pixels, and can act as pocket video cameras.
Mobile content can also refer to text or multimedia hosted on websites, which may either be standard internet pages, or else specific mobile pages.
... Since the late 1990s, mobile content has become an increasingly important market worldwide ... The South Koreans are the worlds Leaders in Mobile Content and 3-G mobile networks Japanese, followed closely by the Europeans, are heavy users of their mobile phones and have been ... In fact, mobile phone use has begun to exceed the use of PCs in some countries ...
... pipe, it is a generally understood term in the mobile industry ... report from Juniper Research titled Business Models for Mobile Content Players, Strategic Options Scenarios 2007-2012 Juniper Research Report The author is not affiliated with Juniper in any way, and ...
... Mobile search is an evolving branch of information retrieval services that is centered around the convergence of mobile platforms and mobile phones, or that it can be used to tell ... Web search engine ability in a mobile form allows users to find mobile content on websites which are available to mobile devices on mobile networks ... As this happens mobile content shows a media shift toward mobile multimedia ...
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