The program will enable Danger’s mobile Internet platform to deliver innovative solutions that extend MSN services.
Palo Alto, CA — April 4, 2006 — Danger, Inc., a mobile Internet software and services company, today announced it has joined the MSN Mobile Developer Program, which provides broad support for independent software vendors and other developers to build innovative solutions on the MSN network of Internet services. These resources will allow Danger to extend services such as MSN Messenger to its mobile consumers through Danger’s mobile Internet platform.
“Having the support and assets of the MSN Mobile Developer Program behind us will help make our next generation of mobile solutions even more attractive and feature-rich for consumers,” said Mark Fisher, SVP of Marketing and Business Development, Danger, Inc. “We’re excited about the opportunities that this program will open up for our development teams.”
Launched in July 2005, the MSN Mobile Developer Program delivers extensive information, tools and expertise to help participants successfully design, develop and market new solutions that extend MSN services to mobile devices.