Mobile internet technology came of age at this year’s World Cup in South Africa, with sites such as capetown.mobi, joburg.city.mobi, pretoria.mobi. How will the newly-announced hosts of the 2018 and 2022 World Cup, Russia and Qatar, benefit from mobile internet communication?
England’s bid to host the 2018 World Cup has been given lift following a diplomatic mission to Zurich by Prime minister David Cameron, Prince William and David Beckham. Dubbed the “Three Lions”, the ambassadors met with top Fifa officials, including Sepp Blatter and Jack Warner, to discuss the merits of England’s bid ahead of the deciding vote tomorrow.
With all eyes this week focused on Japan ahead of the F1 Grand Prix, World Mobi has seized the opportunity to launch its latest city guide. While Sebastian Vettel has taken the initiative at Suzuka – clocking the fastest time during the first practice session - Tokyo.Mobi is set to lead the world away from the track.
With the Commonwealth Games now in full swing, World Mobi has sized the opportunity to launch its latest city guide – NewDelhi.Mobi. World Mobi offers the most comprehensive mobile travel guides available, with over 800 cities in 200 countries listed. Each is developed by the World Mobi team to combine into a single global travel directory.
World Travel Awards has teamed up with leading mobile web development company, World Mobi, to create a state-of-the-art mobile site, worldtravelawards.mobi. The innovative mobile site provides mobile users with everything they need to know about WTA – all live, using just their mobile handset.
The mobile device joins the TV and PC as the third screen. What does that mean for the travel industry?
city.mobi is the world leader in mobile city guides for destinations such as london.mobi, dubai.mobi, tokyo.mobi, nyc.mobi, berlin.mobi, rio.mobi, sanfrancisco.mobi to name a few.With network data speeds increasing and smartphones taking a large chunk of the new mobile device sales (Apple’s iPhone, RIM Blackberry), mobile search is rising exponentially.
The world leader in mobile travel portals, city.mobi, launched its mobile city guides for the Middle East during the World Travel Awards Middle East Ceremony on May 5th, 2009. The new mobile city guide domains include the major Middle East cities of Dubai.mobi, AbuDhabi.mobi, Beirut.mobi, Damascus.mobi, Amman.mobi, KuwaitCity.mobi,
The world leader in mobile travel portals, City.mobi, has launched a new site to coincide with this year’s ITB. Berlin.mobi is a state-of-the-art mobile portal that tells you everything you need to know about Berlin, using just your handset - all live and updated instantly with the latest news on what’s going on in the great city.Designed specifically for the needs of mobile users visiting the city, Berlin.mobi is super fast, and provides instant live information on everything from bars, hotels, shops and attractions to events and entertainment, as well as all the latest from ITB 2009.
As Johannesburg gears up to host a series of global mega-events including the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the upcoming Miss World Pageant, the city is launching cutting edge technology offering visitors instant details of the latest hotels, restaurants and attractions.
The World Group, web design firm Fortune Cookie and dotMobi, the company behind the .mobi domain for mobile web content, today announced the launch of a special joint venture: World Mobi Ltd.