Mobile often refers to:
- Mobile phone, a portable communications device
- Mobile, Alabama, a U.S. port city
- Mobile (sculpture), a hanging artwork (or toy)
- Mobility, the ability to move or be moved
- Mobility of single cell animals (motility)
- Mobile forces, especially Mobile infantry.
Mobile may also refer to:
Other articles related to "mobile":
... Mobile shopping has grown to be popular especially for the Asian shoppers of which 59% are from Thailand, 37% are from China, 32% are from Vietnam and ... Their reason for mobile shopping was either it was more convenient or more app-compatible ... The top mobile buys were 31% on applications, 24% on music, 17% on coupons/vouchers and clothing/accessories, and 16% on movie tickets ...
... yolo.mobi is a mobile social phonebook ... and activity status, event planning, local search and group texting, yolo.mobi enables mobile users to interact with their friends and family anytime, anywhere and in ... yolo.mobi is one of a number mobile community and social networking applications that are published by Trilibis Mobile ...
... the Location Interoperability Forum, the Mobile Games Interoperability Forum and the Mobile Wireless Internet Forum ... Members include traditional wireless industry players such as equipment and mobile systems manufacturers (Ericsson, Thomson, Siemens, Reti Radiotelevisive Digitali, Nokia, Openwave, Sony Ericsson ...
... Mobile has registered sister city arrangements with the following cities Cockburn, Australia Heze, Shandong, People's Republic of China Tianjin, People's Republic of China Havana ...
... the blooms of the azalea, including Mobile, Alabama Norfolk, Virginia Wilmington, North Carolina (North Carolina Azalea Festival) Valdosta, Georgia Palatka ... planted with azaleas in private gardens, through Mobile, Alabama ... Mobile, Alabama is also home to the Azalea Trail Maids, fifty women chosen to serve as ambassadors of the city while wearing antebellum dresses, who originally participated in a three-day festival ...
Famous quotes containing the word mobile:
“From three to six months, most babies have settled down enough to be fun but arent mobile enough to be getting into trouble. This is the time to pay some attention to your relationship again. Otherwise, you may spend the entire postpartum year thinking you married the wrong person and overlooking the obviousthat parenthood can create rough spots even in the smoothest marriage.”
—Anne Cassidy (20th century)