Portals Take Aim

April 2008
Wireless Week;4/2/2008 Supplement, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p18
Trade Publication
The article offers developments related to the on-device portal (ODP) industry. ARCchart coined the term as a way to describe various vendors' attempts to leverage the handset's capabilities to deliver a more compelling user experience and increase content adoption. Worldwide, key players in ODP include Abaxia, Adobe, Cibenix and SurfKitchen.


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