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Reston, VA, and Novato, CA, March 24, 2010 - Netbiscuits, the leading cloud-based publishing platform for the mobile Web, and Xpressmo, provider of an authoring and delivery platform for mobile apps, today announced their cooperation to enable Down A.K.A. Kilo to reach out to his fan base while on the move. Fans can now experience rich media and exclusive content of the hip hop super star both via smartphone apps and the mobile Web. Down AKA Kilo is an enthusiastic user of social media to keep close to his fans, friends and followers. Consequently, the mobile website and apps feature Down A.K.A. Kilo’s Twitter messages and enable tell-a-friend functionality to spread the word. Exclusive mobile content includes latest videos and radio show footage besides news, ringtones, wallpapers and rich media downloads via iTunes and other channels. Xpressmo has already implemen... (more)

Netbiscuits Signs Solution Partner Agreement with Mavenix in Indonesia

Netbiscuits, a cloud-based development and publishing platform for the mobile Web, today announced a solution partner agreement with the Indonesian mobile consulting and service company Mavenix. Based on this preferred partnership, Mavenix will enable businesses and brands in Indonesia to set up professional mobile Web services fast and cost-efficient. Mavenix utilizes Netbiscuits as preferred platform to deliver Web services to the mobile channel. In addition, Mavenix will leverage its strong expertise at the intersection of marketing and technology to distribute Netbiscuits in ... (more)

RTL, a Commercial TV Station, Opts for Netbiscuits Hybrid App for iPhones

On behalf of RTL interactive, Netbiscuits, a software platform for the development, operation and monetization of mobile Web sites and apps, has developed an iPhone app for RTL Television, Germany’s most successful private television station. Netbiscuits developed the app in the form of a hybrid application: a combination of Web site and app that employs the latest HTML5 technologies as well as the native functions of the iPhone. The new RTL iPhone app is now available for download from Apples German App Store and can be used for free for a period of 30 days. After this period, a... (more)

The Future Web Is Mobile

T-Venture, the venture capital arm of Deutsche Telekom, and Creathor Venture provide Netbiscuits with expansion capital of several million Euro. The investment allows Netbiscuits to take the company’s growth strategy for the USA to the next level and expand business in core markets in Europe and Asia. Additional extension of Netbiscuits’ global partner program and further investment in technology innovation and enhancements will back up the company’s ambitious growth strategy. Netbiscuits enables its customers to develop, publish and monetize cross-platform mobile websites and ... (more)

Netbiscuits Extends Development Framework with HTML5+

Netbiscuits, a provider of cloud software service for cross-platform development, publishing and monetization of mobile sites and apps, on Tuesday announced the "HTML5+" extension of its Rich UI Development Framework. A set of new rich user interface components allows Netbiscuits' developers to create the most advanced user experiences for mobile web applications using the latest in HTML5 technology. The extended feature set enables auto-location via GPS (Location Biscuit), animated tickers (Ticker Biscuit) and more advanced image and video galleries (Gallery Biscuit). In additi... (more)