Degel developed the Series 60 version of Orange's Talk Now Service on behalf of Orange's Communications Products Organization. Talk Now for Series 60 was an international Push-to-Talk service deployed in the UK and France.

For Sun, Degel ported the J2ME and graphics subsystems to early Symbian mobile devices, and optimized the J2ME graphics runtime.

Degel assisted Intel's wireless group in Israel to evaluate the benefits and costs of porting a large Windows application to wireless platforms.

ICQ ran the world's most popular instant messaging (IM) system. Degel produced the original ICQ client for a large number of wireless platforms, including J2ME and Symbian mobile phones.

Vringo (VRNG) created the world's first socially-shared video ringtone site and worked with major handset manufacturers to enable Video ringtones on their platforms. Vringo was co-founded by David Goldfarb and Degel supplied the core of Vringo's engineering team.

Degel helped to create Zlango's J2ME clients. Zlaong was the innovative Israeli company that turned SMS into an expressive icon-based experience. Zlango's revolutionary language enabled text-less texting and fun new ways to communicate with friends.

Degel wrote iSkoot's original mobile client. iSkoot, later acquired by Qualcomm, pre-dated today's smart phones and native Skype clients. It let you use Skype from your cell phone.


2AM was an American/Israeli firm that developed a sophisticated programming environment for massively distributed and peer-to-peer Internet applications. Degel's team was responsible for most of 2AM's software innovations.

Degel ported iambic's award-winning Agendus Palm contact manager to Symbian OS UIQ and created the variety of rich GUI features and accelerators demanded by Agendus's loyal users. Our work for iambic earned them a position as Handango 2004 Champion Finalist.

Degel ported portions of the Quickoffice Quicksheet application to Symbian Series 60. Quicksheet is an MS-Excel compatible spreadsheet that is included in the Quickoffice Premier suite of office applications for mobile computing. Degel's engineers also contributed to the effort to ensure that the entire Quickoffice Premier suite for Series 60 was completed on time. The entire QuickOffice suite was eventually acquired by Google and merged into Google Docs.

Nextcode's technology uses camera phones and custom 2D barcode symbols enabling one-click access from printed materials to mobile Internet content, commerce, or services. Degel is helping NextCode Corporation to bring their innovative barcode scanning technology to a variety of mobile platforms.

Targetize adds novel search and content to the mobile experience. Degel helped Targetize's team enter the Symbian and Brew markets.

Before its acquisition by Neustar, followapp was the leading provider of Presence and Instant Messaging solutions to the telecommunications industry. Degel create and enhanced multiple mobile client solutions for Followapp.

LocatioNet is a leader in the Location Based Services (LBS) market. Degel assisted in the development of the user interface of the J2ME version of their MyMap application, a mapping and geo-information guide specifically designed for today's mass market color handsets.

MessageVine was an expert provider of messaging and presence-based solutions to the communications industry. Degel helped MessageVine extend instant-messaging and presence clients to mobile platforms

We created Natural Widgets' NaturalRecorder, an exciting new Series 60 utility for automatically recording phone conversations. NaturalRecorder has a unique, patent pending algorithm for managing the recorded messages and ensuring that sufficient memory is available for your phone's other applications.

Degel has helped MobiMate to port their #1 travel application, WorldMate Professional Edition, to the Sony-Ericsson P800 and P900. Offering up-to-date online flight schedules, online currency converter, weather, international time information, and much more, WorldMate is the perfect award-winning application for world travellers.

We wrote Symbian device drivers for VKB's virtual keyboard, enabling a combined VKB/Siemens demonstration to win critical acclaim at CeBIT 2004.

Degel ported Electric Pocket's popular BugMe! application from Palm OS to Symbian OS. Degel not only reimplemented the BugMe! code for the Symbian platform, we also steered the design process to capture the spirit of the Palm version and integrate the rich multimedia features of Nokia Series 60 and the Sony-Ericsson P800. BugMe! won Handango's 2003 Champion Award for best Symbian Productivity Application, and is the subject of a Forum Nokia case study.

Degel has helped Xcitel prototype and develop several exciting Symbian OS applications.

Telmap is a leading software provider of real-time mobile mapping applications. Degel extended Telmap's know-how on the Symbian platform with research and development expertise.

Bamboo Multicasting has developed an innovative multicasting platform. Degel is assisting them to take best advantage of undocumented Symbian APIs to create compelling Series 60 clients that takes full advantage of their technology.

Degel has helped Cash-U Mobile Technologies, a mobile entertainment company, with a number of projects related to their wireless gaming platforms, involving both technical research and product development.

OTM Technologies has invented novel optical technology to measure 3d motion. They used Degel to write software drivers to couple OTM's technology to the Nokia 9210 Communicator and other handheld devices. We succeeded... even though both Nokia and popular opinion declared that there was no way to write an add-in device driver for the 9210.

3DMe is an American/Israeli startup that has developed innovative technology to convert real-time speech into animated 3d displays of faces. Degel internet-enabled 3dMe's initial application, helping its leadership to conduct a round of very successful investor meetings and attract initial investors.

Degel wrote major portions of an OS/2 paint/draw program for NTT, the "Ma Bell" of Japan.

Language Engineering Corp., is a Massachusetts machine-translation software company. Degel ported their shrink-wrap translation system from UNIX Motif to the English and Japanese versions of Microsoft Windows.

Cognex is a Massachusetts machine vision firm. Degel taught Cognex programmers advanced techniques for developing and debugging applications under Microsoft Visual C++ and wrote several mission-critical components and profiling tools.

HBOC Pegasus was a Jerusalem, Israel software company later acquired by McKesson Information Solutions. They developed an innovative Windows application for the medical market. Degel designed and wrote major portions of the application, guided in-house developers, and advised management regarding the latest advances in Windows.


MBT is a Yehud, Israel company. Degel designed and implemented a variety of Lisp Machine based applications, including an innovative toolkit for image processing research.


Pacifitech was a Japanese software localization house later acquired by Bowne Global Solutions. Degel designed and prototyped a system for the semi-automatic localization of shrink-wrapped third-party Windows applications.