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11 February 2010
Announcement re: dotMobi Ownership
In case you haven #39;t seen the good news elsewhere, the dotMobi company has been acquired by #0160;Afilias. #0160;For those of you who are unfamiliar with #0160;Afilias, it #39;s a leading and well-established registry company that #39;s been providing registry operation services for the .mobi domain since it launched in 2006. Afilias is also the registry for .info and .aero, and provides technical services in support of 15 top-level domains, including .org (under contract to Public Interest Registry), .asia, and ccTLDs. In all, Afilias supports about 15 million registrations across these TLDs. In short, #0160;Afilias is an expert at supporting and growing new TLDs. #0160;For them, this acquisition is an opportunity to capitalize on a high growth area of the internet — mobile usage.The ownership change will be invisible from an operations perspective. The change you will likely see, though, is an increased emphasis on the .mobi domain itself, along with dotMobi #39;s award-winning services like Instant Mobilizer and DeviceAtlas. #0160;While we have an extensive FAQ, there is one question many of you probably have, quot;How does this impact dotMobi’s relationship with its 14 founders? quot; #0160;The founders of dotMobi remain committed to the mobile Web and support dotMobi #39;s central role in helping consumers find made-for-mobile content. They will continue to provide their expertise, background and support via a revitalized .mobi Advisory Group (MAG), along with individual working #0160;relationships #0160;that are in place. #0160;dotMobi #39;s founders have contributed greatly to the success of the .mobi domain so far. Their oversight and input has been helpful in achieving .mobi’s status as the 6th largest gTLD. #0160;Early on, the value proposition of .mobi domains needed the vision -- and voice -- of key players in the mobile industry to ensure that the domain was embraced in a way that would advance the mobile Web. In 2010, the mobile Web has become a part of our daily lives, and an organization with proven expertise in the domain industry is needed to take the domain to the next level of growth. #0160;Since Afilias already has the industry experience and currently serves as the technical operator for the .mobi domain, the synergy between the companies for this acquisition was a perfect fit. #0160;And since Afilias is already providing registry and DNS services for .mobi, Afilias’ acquisition of dotMobi will be smooth and uneventful -- likely invisible -- for .mobi registrants, registrars and site visitors.
Posted by Vance P. Hedderel on 11 February 2010 at 04:23 PM in dotMobi, Messages from dotMobi | Permalink
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10 February 2010
Well, **is** the iPad a mobile device ... ?
Right after Apple #39;s big iPad announcement on January 27, the thoughtful MobileTech blog asked, quot;Is the iPad a mobile device like any other mobile phone in terms of browsing? quot; ... meaning, of course, is there still a need for mobile-optimized sites? #0160;
Well, yes. (Did you expect me to say otherwise?)No matter how sophisticated the device -- iPad or otherwise -- .mobi and mobile-optimized sites are about the mobile context, not about the device calling for the content. For those of you on an iPhone or an Android device or a Blackberry, you know that the best apps present information in a way that makes sense for how you use the input mechanisms (e.g., touchscreen vs. mouse amp; keyboard) and is relevant for you on the go (e.g., Target #39;s mobile gift card and not Target #39;s share price or corporate governance). That won #39;t (and shouldn #39;t) change if I #39;m on an iPod Touch, an iPhone or an iPad ... or my low-end Sony Ericsson or old, but still Internet ready, Motorola Razr. Or if I have a device-specific app on my phone or if I #39;m looking at a mobile-optimized site.Specific to the iPad, though, I think its reason for being is for Apple to own the digital book space the way it owns the digital music space. I doubt it #39;s meant to be thought of as a mobile device, well not anymore so than a physical book is a mobile device. Sure you can bring it with you, but can you make a phone call or take a photo on it?One of the more interesting thoughts I saw about the iPad was to position it as a micro-computer for senior citizens who might need email or a way to see photos of the grandkids, but not a whole lot more. In short, the exact opposite of an intentionally mobile device. #0160;What I think will be most interesting is to watch the evolution of the iPhone once we see how the iPad is received in the marketplace. I #39;m also very excited to see how it changes the idea of publishing. For many years, we #39;ve heard about interactive books. Now there #39;s a platform that will likely have a large enough audience to make that idea a reality. Or with magazines, now they can affordably publish one-off articles rather than being bound (literally) to publishing heavy monthly volumes.Of course, this is all speculation. We #39;ll see in 2Q10 how the iPad is received once it #39;s in users #39; hands.
Posted by Vance P. Hedderel on 10 February 2010 at 12:00 PM in Books, Content, In the News | Permalink
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28 January 2010
FoxNews.mobi Screen Capture
Followers of .mobi who aren #39;t in America may not know that the Rupert Murdoch-owned Fox News regularly advertises their FoxNews.mobi site. So to remedy that, here #39;s a screen shot, taken by dotMobi #39;s Chris Campbell, that shows US senator John McCain responding to President Obama #39;s quot;State of the Union quot; speech on Wednesday, January 27. (Look at the lower left of the picture.) #0160;
Posted by Vance P. Hedderel on 28 January 2010 at 08:04 PM in Advertising, Marketing | Permalink
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19 January 2010
Pinky Brand, dotMobi’s Director of Global Sales, was in Germany last week and took advantage of the visit to talk to Thorsten Smeets, COO of Key-Systems. In this video, Thorsten discusses what Key-Systems does and how they see the mobile internet and mobile Web sites emerging in the marketplace.
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07 January 2010
Welcome to 2010!
It #39;s a new year with new challenges but also some surprises ... like subwayfreshbuzz.mobi, the mobile site of Subway sandwiches (USA). Here #39;s a photo from their PC Web site promoting it: #0160; #0160;The site has a restaurant locator with map as well as a menu ... and, after all, what else do you need from Subway?By the way, Trey Harvin -- dotMobi #39;s CEO -- wrote an interesting piece on the importance of content in the mobile ecosystem that was just published by Tech News World. I hope you #39;ll find it interesting as well.
Posted by Vance P. Hedderel on 07 January 2010 at 01:27 PM in Advertising, Content, Featured Sites | Permalink
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26 November 2009
More M-Government on mobiThinking
The second article in our series on Mobile Government is now available on mobiThinking.
In this article, Andrea Volpini of Interact SpA looks at trends in the internet and mobile development and the potential they have for improving the quality of the services provided by the Public Administration. Next week the final article will then present the study that Interact SpA has conducted together with the University of Salerno on the usage of mobile technologies in the Italian Public Administration, giving us some interesting insights in best practices and common mistakes.
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19 November 2009
dotMobi is now a member of the LACTLD
As you #39;ll see in this announcement, dotMobi has been admitted as a member of LACTLD -- a long acronym for the longer quot;Latin American and Caribbean ccTLDs Organization. quot; The LACTLD #0160;is a not-for-profit organization of the ccTLD managers in Latin
America and the Caribbean.It #39;s the regional equivalent to Europe #39;s CENTR (of which dotMobi is also a member.)
Over the past three years since the launch of .mobi, we #39;ve been to a lot of places -- that #39;s meant both figuratively and literally. However, we #39;ve barely touched down in Latin America ... until now. The market there is quickly becoming receptive to the mobile Web. As Trey Harvin, dotMobi #39;s CEO, noted in the announcement, quot;Latin America is ... showing a year-over-year increase of mobile Web use of 0.6%, second only to North America #39;s 1.1% increase. quot; That information was from an interesting AdMob report. And more importantly, it shows how the mobile Web has quickly become a go-to tool for on-the-go folks.
A side-note statistic I saw recently: the iPhone only represents 13.3% of the global smartphone market, and that global smartphone market is in turn only 14.3 percent of the mobile phone market in 2Q09 — meaning that many, many people are using the mobile Web without an iPhone, or any smartphone at all. (See the report information here.) I #39;m reading these numbers as: the iPhone may be driving interest in the mobile Web but people aren #39;t waiting for an iPhone to access it -- while apps may be cool, I agree with Google who say apps are ultimately limiting and the mobile Web will be accessed directly via type-in traffic or via search -- both of which bear well for .mobi, everywhere in the world.
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18 November 2009
The quest for more accessible Public Services - expectations of mobile Web!
One cannot underestimate the key role that the mobile Web is increasingly
playing for businesses worldwide as they look for better channels to
engage #0160;customers, provide services more efficiently and grow business.At
the same time, growing consumer awareness of the potential of mobile
communication is rapidly changing expectations about the way that Public
Administration will be interacting with citizens in the future. #0160; A growing
demand for open access to data, together with the pressure created by the
rationalization of public expenditures, #0160; mean that new technologies - and mobile
in particular - will have a strong role to play in realizing the promise of a
more efficient Public Administration.Our partner Interact Spa, an
Italian company focusing on digital innovation and Web 3.0 applications, has
studied the phenomenon and is now providing us with an interesting insight in
the potential of Mobile Government, drawing some #0160;key learnings from the
experience of the Italian Public Administration with the mobile Web. The dotMobi
design guidelines and tools like mobiReady are used extensively in the study to
identify the best examples of good mobile experience and provide recommendations
for improvement to the less fortunate experiments.In a series of 3
articles that we will be publishing on mobiThinking over the next 3 weeks,
Interact´s General Manager Andrea Volpini explains what m-Government is and what
are the challenges associated with developing more accessible mobile sites and
exploiting the mobile Web to provide better and more efficient services to the
community.The first introductory article is already online on MobiThinking: we hope you will enjoy reading it and that it will
stimulate an interesting discussion on your experiences with m-Government and
your expectations for the future.
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29 October 2009
In case you're wondering ...
... the sunrise launch of the .mobi domain / keyword bundle in China went off as planned earlier today. Everything is going as it should be and looks like it will continue to run smoothly.A big congratulations to all the parties involved in making .mobi a part of the Chinese mobile landscape.
Posted by Vance P. Hedderel on 29 October 2009 at 10:30 PM in dotMobi, Messages from dotMobi | Permalink
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20 October 2009
Just a week to go ...
Here at dotMobi, we #39;ve been so busy preparing for the availability of #0160;our new Chinese IDN / keywords bundle #0160;next week that I didn #39;t realize how quiet we #39;ve been on our blog. #0160;
The dotMobi / Huarui bundle of keywords and Chinese-language .mobi domains will be available beginning at 4 a.m. UTC on October 29, 2009, and will finish at 4 a.m. UTC on November 28, 2009. Immediately after on November 28, general registration will commence, and the keyword / Chinese-language .mobi domain bundle will be available at standard prices.
As you might guess, doing business in China is a unique experience, which is why this has absorbed much of the #0160;dotMobi team #39;s #0160;time. But one very big plus we have by being an Ireland-based company is help from Enterprise Ireland, who work around the world to develop Irish businesses internationally. Their help was extremely valuable in preparing to bring our first China-specific service to market. #0160;
To kick-off the launch activities, there was a formal signing ceremony in Beijing on October 13, 2009. Below is a photo from the event. In front on the left is Yang Zemin, President of the China Academy of Telecommunications Research (CATR), and on the right is Trey Harvin, CEO of dotMobi. Behind them, left to right, are Ambassador Declan Kelleher, Ireland’s Ambassador to the People #39;s Republic of China,
Minister Billy Kelleher T. D., and
Hugh Cooney, Chairman of Enterprise Ireland.
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