Mobile Content Shows its Softer Side

Brown, Karen
September 2006
Multichannel News;9/18/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 37, p32
The article discusses the change of focus of the U.S. mobile content industry from the high-speed mobile network to the service-oriented user interfaces, download transaction systems and search engines. It cites the effort of AOL Mobile to create better search tools to help consumers find what content is available on their mobile telephones. VeriSign Inc. has developed a system that can deliver 2 versions of a music or video file via a single purchase transaction. AOL is also developing an open software applications framework based on Linux mobile operating system.


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