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New Website Chat Tool for Cosplayers and Otakus Launched By Chatwing.com (3/27/2013)
Anime fans will be able to gather online with the help of a versatile chat box known as Chatwing. This application can be installed to most blogs and websites. Additionally, Chatwing is free and very easy to use.(PRWeb April 30, 2012)
Nobot Announced the β Release of Appict.me, a Smartphone Application Promotional Service A Social Recommendation Service that Shares Applications Over the Social Graph (3/27/2013)
Nobot Inc. (HQ: Ota-ku, Tokyo; CEO: Kiyotaka KOBAYASHI; hereinafter as "Nobot"), who runs the ad network “AdMaker” for smartphones, announced today that they will begin to provide the β version of “Appict.me”, a social recommendation service to share applications between friends and acquaintances over their social graph.(PRWeb June 07, 2011)
Nobot Inc. Reports Japanese iPhone and Android Users Survey (3/27/2013)
Nobot Inc. (Main office: Ota-ku, Tokyo; President & CEO: Kiyotaka Kobayashi) which administers the Ad Network "AdMaker" for smartphones, put out a survey study for iPhone and Android users in March, and will announce the results.(PRWeb April 08, 2011)
Business partnership between Japan's Number 2 Nobot and Smaato in mobile ad distribution (3/27/2013)
Nobot, a public company that operates the ad network “AdMaker” for the Smartphone (main office: Ota-ku, Tokyo; President & CEO: Kiyotaka Kobayashi; known below as Nobot) has formed a business partnership with Smaato Inc. (main office: California, USA; CEO & Co-Founder, Ragnar Kruse, known below as Smaato), a company with a global mobile advertising platform that proudly ranks in first place in the world as the leading mobile advertising optimization platform. These two companies have integrated their advertising delivery systems in order to provide one solution for the mobile advertising market in Japan.(PRWeb February 02, 2011)
Book Combines Best Advice Columns for "Professional Fans, Geeks, and Otaku" (3/27/2013)
Steven Savage, author, speaker, and blogger to "current and hopeful professional geeks" releases his second book, "Progeek Rising: Steven Savage's Best Of Fan To Pro, Volume 1." Combining the best of his first year of writing and advice from http://www.fantopro.com (http://www.fantopro.com), the book provides his best advice and commentary, as well as his own pithy looks back at what events, trends, and technologies inspired his writings.(PRWeb October 12, 2010)
Learn How to Make Sushi with the Teach Me Sushi iPhone App (3/27/2013)
A new iPhone App called Teach Me Sushi has just been released that shows you how to make sushi step by step. Teach Me Sushi has over 45 minutes of video lessons (broken into 5 minute sessions). The app goes from the basics (making the rice and selecting the fish) and then on to several types of sushi including "special" rolls which are found in restaurants. Teach Me Sushi offers an easy, hands on approach to learning how to make one of the worlds finest and most sought after foods.(PRWeb July 13, 2010)
Jzool-Agent Enables Shoppers from Around the World to Buy Japanese Products from Virtually Any Online Shop in Japan (3/27/2013)
Jzool.com Co., Ltd. - a Tokyo based online store has announced the release of Jzool-Agent, a service that allows shoppers to buy Japanese products they find interesting directly from top online shops in Japan, making it the perfect Christmas shopping solutions for Japanophiles.(PRWeb December 01, 2008)
Ramen Revolution Reveals Celebrity's "Inner Otaku" (3/27/2013)
The growing 100% student television show, Ramen Revolution, has began its quest to introduce artists that were previously not associated with anime or Asian pop culture to the growing sub-culture in America of Otaku, fans of anime.(PRWeb August 23, 2008)