Manga For Mobile Phones

Posted: Sep 13 2004, 2:05am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:56pm CDT, in News | Technology News


Manga for Mobile Phones
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Wireless Watch Japan reports that Japan's 3G networks enable new types of high-bandwidth mobile content that weren't viable under 2G for either economic or technical reasons.
One of the coolest is mobile manga, delivering full-color comic book magazines to cell phones. There's a manga stuffed in every Japanese commuter's back pocket (together with a celly), so porting manga to keitai could make an awful lot of money for content producers. It'll also save a bunch of trees. Wireless Watch Japan was at the recent Mobidec 2004 event held in Tokyo and files this sneak preview demo. from Digital Garage Mobile's booth.
Watch the Video Report on Wireless Watch Japan.

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