Mobile Entertainment

Mobile entertainment comprises a range of activities associated with mobile electronics. The definition is both somewhat subjective and in continual development, but can include purely leisure activities (music, single-player games, multiplayer games), communications (social media, instant messaging, Twitter), and activities which could also be defined as commerce (shopping).

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Mobile Entertainment - Scenarios
... This section presents a classification of these segments (refer to Mobile Entertainment Framework) to identify relevant categories of mobile entertainment services for this study ... A mobile user connects to the Internet via his WAP-enabled mobile phone, searches for a particular ring tone and downloads it onto his mobile phone ... if he composes a ring tone (provided if the mobile device supports composing ring tone) and sets it as default ring tone, such activity is still considered as mobile ...
Neeraj Roy
13, 1967) is an Indian businessman, and the Managing Director and CEO of Hungama Digital Media Entertainment, which own Hungama.com and Bollywood Hungama, and ... Under his leadership, Hungama today is South Asia’s largest digital and mobile entertainment company ... He is also the Chairman of the Asia Board of the Mobile Entertainment Forum (MEF), and was recently voted amongst the ‘50 Most influential People in Mobile Entertainment’ globally ...

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