Archive for November, 2006

Dextella Publish has been upgraded – New look and feel

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Tuesday, November 28th, 2006

Dextella Publish has now been upgraded with a special focus on a new and improved user interface. Our primary intention is to make the Publish workspace more customer friendly. This means the menus have been altered to make navigation more effective and intuitive. The left menu now holds all actions, which means this is where you add new content elements, view your content and/or edit your content. An icon presents the content type to identify and differentiate between the many content types that are supported in Dextella Publish. Icons for functions; add, view and edit have also been added. This makes it easy to recognize the choices in different views, and creates a holistic workspace.

A new feature makes it possible to view the mobile portal in a mobile phone ‘look alike’ browser window. You may at any time navigate and refresh the page to see the changes performed in Publish. You’ll find this link as an icon at the top in the left menu, next to “Presentation”.

We hope this upgrade will make your work in Dextella Publish both easier, more straightforward, and hopefully a lot more fun. Check it out on your Dextella Publish account.

We really hope you like our new look!

If you have any questions, feedbacks or suggestions,
please send an e-mail to:or phone us: 40001282.

Mobiletech AS

Get your closest post office directly on your mobile

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Monday, November 27th, 2006

Mobiletech has created a campaign for the Norwegian postal service. By sending an sms with codeword “posten” to the Norwegian short number 2229, the user gets a map of the closest post offices in his area.

The service is based on the positioning services from the mobile operators, information from Posten and maps from Mapsolutions AS.

Read more about the service on Posten's website

3g-usage is exploding

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Friday, November 17th, 2006

Finally the usage of 3g services is “exploding”.

Read the full story (Norwegian): Digi


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