CHICAGO, Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- mdog.com announces the landmark additions of eBay, craigslist, Wikipedia, Citysearch, and MySpace to the catalog of its mobile-accessible websites. Simply point a mobile browser to mdog.com, select the "Web" tab, and choose among the Auctions, Information, Entertainment, or Social categories. mdog.com is the first to offer comprehensive mobile web editions of these sites. Through this portal, users can now browse, read, post and bid with their web-enabled mobile devices just as easily as they do on their home computers. In the case of eBay, mdog.com displays auction searches in complete detail and even allows users to submit secure, real-time mobile bids from wherever they are. "Being first to comprehensively mobilize these popular sites is a testament to the unique strength of our technology," said founder and President Keith Gerard. "Our technology optimizes the dynamic real-time content and robust functionality of these sites, and displays it all in the most technically-effective and aesthetic manner possible. In addition, accessing craigslist or eBay at mdog.com gives mobile users an important, time-sensitive advantage of viewing classifieds and auctions without being chained to a PC." mdog.com works for all carrier services and on any web-enabled mobile device, such as a Blackberry, Treo, Windows Mobile, Sidekick, higher-end Nokia and Motorola Q, and is free-of-charge to all users. Hundreds of mobilized websites are perfectly formatted and available to users at mdog.com in the following categories: News, Business, Sports, Weather, Webmail, Travel, Information, Technology, Auctions, TV Networks, Classifieds, and Social. Most recently, mdog.com unveiled the first universal mobile blogging utility through the portal and received rave user reviews. Gerard concluded, "With the addition of these sites, mdog.com continues to offer a revolutionary mobile web experience for the internet's most-trafficked websites and popular activities." About mdog.com mdog.com is the one-stop mobile destination for perfectly formatted web content and the only universally-compatible mobile blogging interface for Smartphones. mdog.com sets a revolutionary precedent by offering the richest and most feature-robust mobile Internet experience, accessible to all web- enabled mobile devices regardless of brand or wireless carrier. mdog.com will soon announce the launch of its Bingo!(TM) Mobile Search Engine. Bingo!(TM) will provide the most expansive and intuitive mobile search for web-enabled devices. In addition to its consumer offering, mdog.com licenses its mobile platform to a number of leading Internet content providers, such as Forbes.com and The Wall Street Journal's WSJ.com. A pc demo is available through the company website at http://www.mdog.com.