Please take a moment to review our new 5×5.wirelesswatch.jp website. Indeed, The ®evolution Continues. Yoroshiku!
Naviblog Corp., which showcased their local search and location-based information sharing technology at Mobile Monday Tokyo in May, gave a very entertaining presentation at the Mobile Entertainment Forum, part of the recent Wireless Japan 2006 trade show. In the presentation, Naviblog CEO & President Mandali Khalesi explained their browser-based approach to mobile products in more detail.
As Philip Sugai, Assistant Professor at the International University of Japan, Niigata, and founding member of the newly established u-Lab mobile think tank, said afterwards: “What an eye-opener! Not only is the stuff those guys are doing unbelievably cool, but after seeing their presentation, I think I will completely have to revise my lecture style.” u-Lab sponsored the Mobile Entertainment Forum event.
Naviblog is a finalist for this year’s Red Herring Asia 100, an award program recognizing the most promising and innovative private technology companies with high growth potential in Asia. The winners will be announced 21 August and will appear in Hong Kong at the Red Herring Asia 100 “Meet Asia’s Innovators” Summit, 28-30 August.
WWJ subscribers access the video of opening remarks from Qualcomm’s Ted Matsumoto, one of Japan’s and Asia’s most knowledgeable mobile thinkers.
Some sage advise when entering new turf; Stop, Look and Listen.. it’s also good to secure a local guide. Japan is the cradle of mobile civilization – we have been dedicated to this space since 2001 – trust our archives here offer some useful material.
Domestic activities continue to set the pace, and sharp players are looking at global markets. We have hard-earned industry expertise and trusted network of contacts with access to advanced intell. and potential deal flow. Need a lift.. Ok, buckle-up!