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Whether or not they know it, most hotels already have a presence on the mobile Web. Potential guests who pull up hotel Web sites on their cell phones often find poor displays and usability rather than a site specifically designed to meet their needs -- and convert them to bookings. "The travel industry should understand that mobile is already here," said Ran Farmer, Netbiscuits managing director for North America, "and they need to get out in front of it because it's moving really fast." How fast? Businesses may be underestimating the number of people on the mobile Web. In some parts of the world, more people access the Web through their mobile devices than on a personal computer. Younger generations expect to do everything on a mobile device that they can do on a fixed PC. For hotel brands, that translates to potential guests using their devices to search for a hotel... (more)

Ready for the 2010 World Cup: kicker online launches Apps for iPhone and Android with Netbiscuits

Kaiserslautern, May 28, 2010 — Netbiscuits, the world’s leading development and publishing platform for mobile Web sites and apps, and kicker online announce the successful launch of the iPhone app of the leading German Web portal for sports coverage. A corresponding Android app for devices based on Google’s mobile OS is available since May 25. The kicker online iPhone App has already been downloaded over 120,000 times from the German App Store since its first appearance in mid April. For about three weeks after its launch, kicker online defended the pole position in the App Sto... (more)

AURA moves into mobile sites with Netbiscuits

Sydney, May 28, 2010 — AURA Interactive, Asia Pacific's leading mobile solutions and technology provider specializing in mobile location-based marketing, interactive out-of-home media and m-commerce, has signed an agreement with Netbiscuits to be one of the company's Gold Partners in the Asia Pacific region to distribute the Netbiscuits mobile Web software. Netbiscuits operates the world's leading B2B web software platform for the creation, operation and monetization of mobile Web sites and apps with a blue chip client list that includes Sensis, eBay, Universal Music Group, Media ... (more)

Samsung Partners with Netbiscuits to Bring More Apps to Smartphones

Netbiscuits, a development and publishing platform for mobile Web sites and apps, today announces a partnership with Samsung Electronics GmbH, a provider of high-tech electronics manufacturing and digital media. Based on this partnership Netbiscuits’ premium customers will be provided with apps made for Samsung’s recently launched mobile operating system “bada,” that runs on smart phones like the Samsung Wave S8500. All apps will be implemented as native hybrid applications, a combination of website and app. This approach allows Netbiscuits customers to manage mobile sites and ap... (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)