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Kaiserslautern/Germany, December 17, 2009 – Netbiscuits, a leading software platform for the development and hosting of mobile websites, and Munich-based IDG Communications Media AG, a German subsidiary of International Data Group (IDG), a leading media company for information and communication technology based in Boston, are announcing their cooperation. Marking the start of this collaboration, two mobile portals and one application for the iPhone have been realized. The mobile portal used by GameStar, the technical medium for PC and online games, was implemented by Netbiscuits. On http://mobile.gamestar.de, it offers cell phone users news from the games world. The “Charts” and “Releases” section presents and rates the latest games. A search function, which provides a convenient means of finding information on any games, goes to complete the offering. IDG also calle... (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)

eBay Launches Mobile Web Experience for Smart Phones Based on Netbiscuits

eBay, the world's largest online marketplace, has launched the new version of its mobile site. Optimized for smart phones the new site enables rich user experiences and provides new features allowing customers to buy and sell more conveniently via eBay on the go. The new eBay mobile site is based on Netbiscuits, the world's leading software service for cross-platform development, operation and management of mobile sites and apps. Built in partnership with Netbiscuits, the new eBay mobile site gives users access to many features they've already used online. It allows buyers to br... (more)

SDL Expands Multichannel Mobile Marketing Solutions with Netbiscuits

SDL, a  provider of Global Information Management solutions, has announced that its Web Content Management Solutions division  has entered into a strategic partnership with Netbiscuits, the world's leading publishing platform for mobile sites and apps. This partnership will expand SDL's multi-channel mobile marketing solutions, enabling organizations to provide a mobile-friendly and compliant brand experience for their customers, quickly and easily. Under the agreement SDL will license the Netbiscuits cloud platform and integrate it seamlessly with SDL Tridion, the best-of-breed... (more)

The Future of Mobile Publishing

Netbiscuits will present the future of mobile publishing at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The award winning mobile cloud computing service introduces new solutions to enable a richer Internet experience on a broad variety of touch screen devices and presents new tools to help customers publish content and services on all mobile channels fast and cost-efficiently. The company is exhibiting at Mobile World Congress 2010, February 15 to 18 in hall 7, booth 7A65. To facilitate an even richer mobile Internet experience, Netbiscuits will introduce a set of new multi-touch ca... (more)