The project will be a mobile MMORPG. The project will be a 2D game with various creatures and non playable characters. You will be able to log on where ever you are and you will be able to play it on your mobile.
A wireless application protocol that is primarily used in Japan, i-Mode is based on a simplified version of HTML, permitting web browsing and other web-related functionality on a wireless device. The main competing standard is Wireless Application Protocol (WAP).
A wireless service launched in Japan in spring 1999 by NTT DoCoMo. The service is accessed by a wireless packet network (PDC-P) and the contents are described in a subset of the HTML language.
NTT DoCoMo's mobile phone service, which offers continuous internet access. It uses a variant of HTML, the standard script of the Internet, and allows customers to download Internet content directly to their mobile phones.
A wireless data service capable of linking wireless telephony with the Internet.
i-mode from O2 is your window to a world of information, with the widest choice and depth of content available on your mobile.
i-mode is the world's most popular mobile Internet service and is available exclusively to O2 customers in the UK. Access a huge range of websites from leading companies such as Sky News, Time Out, Last Minute and Monster.co.uk and easily pick up your email on the move using i-mail. Quicker and easier to use than WAP, i-mode is the future of mobile Internet access. To use i-mode you need an i-mode compatible handset. Found out more about i-mode
Information Mode is NTT DoCoMo 's alternative to WAP. It is built on PDC-P packet-switching technology.
This is a popular standard (especially in Japan, Asia and Europe) for data services on a standard GSM mobile phone. Low-speed data services are possible up to about 28,800 bits per second. i-mode was developed by NTT DoCoMo in Japan and first launched there in February 1999. Now Telstra has brought i-mode to Australia through an agreement with NTT DoCoMo. i-mode operates over the GSM network using GPRS data technology. This means that Telstra GSM mobile customers (except pre-paid) can access i-mode, if they have an i-mode compatible handset. You can find out which handsets are i-mode compatible and which websites are available through i-mode at www.imode.com.au.
A mobile phone system capable of accessing appropriately coded web pages, developed by the Japanese telco, DoCoMo. Roughly equivalent to WAP (q.v.).
An Internet service for wireless devices.
Information Mode. The predominant standard in Japan.
A service currently enjoying widespread popularity in Japan. It is provided by Japanese ISP NTT DoCoMo and is based on packet switched overlay over circuit-switched digital communications. Unlike most European or US WAP services, it is based on TCP/IP and is always on.
i-mode technology was introduced by the Japanese mobile radio provider NTT DoCoMo. Today it can be accessed over GPRS, but in future it will also be retrievable via UMTS. The programming language which lies behind i-mode is iHTML, an enhanced version of the HTML programming language used to create Internet pages. Every provider who programs in HTML can also make content available in iHTML without much further expense. Compared with WML, the programming language for WAP content, iHTML has a better graphics capability and is faster and simpler to program.
Short for Internet-Mode, it is the Japanese rival to WAP. It is not a technology but a brand-name provided by Tokyo-based NTT DoCoMo, a purely Japanese product using Japan's standard called PDC. i-Mode uses cHTML and enables wireless devices talk directly to Web servers. It is always on and does not require a dial-in connection. It enables mobile users to access a wide range of Internet services with a mobile phone. Services include banking, airline seat reservations, weather programs and a growing line of PIM-functions. Even full color terminals are now available.
A packet-based means of wireless data transfer used widely in Japan and offered by Japanese mobile phone company NTT DoCoMo. iMode uses CWML (Compact Wireless...
Internet Mode. A wireless service launched in Japan in spring 1999 by NTT DoCoMo. I-Mode was licensed to operators in Germany, France, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, and Taiwan, where it operates over GPRS using WAP. I-mode delivers a huge range of services to subscribers and has proved enormously popular with some 30 million regular users. The revenue sharing model used for I-mode is being adopted by other operators as the basis for the new services enabled by GPRS and 3G.
Proprietary packet-based information service for mobile phones. i-mode delivers information (such as mobile banking and train timetable) to mobile phones and enables exchange of e-mail from handsets on the PDC-P network. Launched in 1999 by NTT DoCoMo, i-mode is very popular in Japan (especially for e-mail and the transfer of icons), but is not currently used elsewhere.
A Japanese multimedia information service running on a digital mobile network. i-mode subscribers use smartphones with large colour screens and make micropayments for the services they access.
i-mode is a wireless internet service which enables mobile phone users to access mobile internet sites. i-mode was launched in Japan on 22/02/99 by NTT DoCoMo.
Proprietary mobile internet technology developed by Japan's NTT DoCoMo for its PDC-P network. It uses c-HTML content formatting. In 18 months, i-mode has seen unprecedented take-up with over 12 million users to date.
A proprietary packet-based information service for mobile phones. i-mode delivers information (such as mobile banking and train timetable) to mobile phones and enables the exchange of e-mail from handsets on a 2G digital cellular telephone network.
Japanese standard, which enables internet surfing over a mobile telephone. Similarly to WAP, i-mode internet sites were not hugely popular.
Packet based information service for mobile phones from NTT DoCoMo (Japan). First to provide Web browsing from cellphones.
Internet Mode. A proprietary cell phone service based on cHTML technology developed by Japanâ€(tm)s NTT DoCoMo. i-mode supports Web content and services, such as mobile banking, email and news reporting for cellular phones.
A popular wireless Internet service rolled out in 1999 by NTT DoCoMo Inc. in Japan. It's based on a simplified form of HTML and delivers packet-based information -- such as games, e-mail and even business applications -- to handheld devices.
A wildly popular service in Japan for transferring packet-based data to handheld devices. I-Mode is based on a compact version of HTML and does not use WAP (see WAP), setting it apart from other widely used transmission methods. I-Mode's creator, NTT DoCoMo of Tokyo, agreed in November 2000 to pay $9.8 billion to buy 16 percent of AT&T Wireless. Since then, AT&T Wireless has talked about bringing I-Mode to the United States by the end of 2001—a daunting prospect that requires the rebuilding of U.S. wireless networks, analysts say. DoCoMo is developing a version of I-Mode that supports the WAP standard.
A popular service in Japan for transferring packet based data to handheld devices. It is based on a compact version of HTML and does not use WAP standards. Created by NTT DoCoMo.
a packet based mobile phone service from Japan's NTT DoCoMo. I-Mode operates at 9.6 Kbps and uses a simplified version of HTML rather than WML. Its next generation system should support rates of 384 Kbps, enabling multimedia applications.
i-Mode is the packet-based service for mobile phones offered by Japan's leader in wireless technology, NTT DoCoMo. First introduced in 1999, i-Mode was the world's first smart phone for Web browsing. The i-Mode wireless data service offers colour and video over many phones.
i-Mode is a packet-based wireless service launched in 1999 by Japan's NTT DoCoMo. i-Mode operates at 9.6 kbps and uses a subset of HTML, rather than WML. Next generation i-Mode will reportedly support transmission rates of 384 kbps.
A standard used by Japanese wireless devices to access cHTML (compact HTML) Web sites and display animated GIFs and other multimedia content.
i-Mode is the packet-based service for mobile phones offered by Japan's leader in wireless technology, NTT DoCoMo. Unlike most of the key players in the wireless arena, i-Mode ignored WAP and uses a simplified version of HTML, Compact Wireless Markup Language (CWML) instead of WAP's WML. NTT DoCoMo has said that eventually it will support WAP and WML, but the company has not indicated exactly when this will happen. First introduced in 1999, I-Mode was the world's first smart phone for Web browsing.
I-mode is a technical specification and business model developed by Japanâ€(tm)s NTT DoCoMo for delivery of Web content and services to wireless handsets.
NTT DoCoMo's mobile Internet access, launched in February 1999. I-mode is an alternative to WAP, though it is only implemented in Japan. It offers Internet access and email service. While WAP uses HDML, I-mode relies on Compact HTML (C-HTML). Both languages are a simple version of HTML, for use on mobile phones. Today more than 7000 sites are I-mode compatible and offer a wide range of services over mobile phones: mobile banking, ticket reservation, cartoons downloading, etc.
A proprietary protocol for transforming Internet information so that it can be displayed on the small screen of a mobile telephone or other portable device. i-mode is used in Japan and is also called DoCoMo (which means "anywhere").
NTT Do Co Mo's i-mode is a wireless Internet service popular in Japan and is increasing in popularity in other parts of the world, such as Israel (http://www.cellcom.co.il Cellcom being the main company to sell i-mode phones and service there). i-mode was launched in Japan on 22 February, 1999. The content planning and service design team was led by Mari Matsunaga, while Takeshi Natsuno was responsible for the business development. Top executive Keiichi Enoki oversaw the technical and overall development.