Mobile - Entertainment


  • Mobile (TV series), a British ITV drama
  • Mobile (band), a Canadian rock band
  • Mobiles (band), a 1980s synth pop band
  • "Mobile (song)", a song by Avril Lavigne from her album Let Go
  • Mobile (album), a 1999 album by Brazilian Paulinho Moska
  • Mob (computer gaming), short for "mobile", a type of non-player character
  • Mobile (GunBound), constructs in the turn-based Internet game
  • Mobile weapons, fictional weapon systems from the Gundam anime metaseries
  • "Mobile (short story)", a short story by J. G. Ballard, later renamed "Venus Smiles"

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