Archive | August, 2004
Directory of Mobiles

Directory of Mobiles

Techdirt reopens the debate on having a central mobile phone directory. a new study suggesting that 52% of users would opt-in to such a directory if it had some privacy protection (just what kind of protection is not described and could make a huge difference). 11% would opt-in even without privacy protection. Of course, as […]

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History repeats

History repeats

Captain Kendall made history when on July 22 1910 when he sent the first-ever wireless telegraph that resulted in the capture of a criminal. He sent it from the ship, The Montrose, from a point 120 miles out to sea, west of Cornwall, England, to the White Star Company in Liverpool, it read: Have strong […]

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Change This

Change This

I’ve been most remiss in failing to mention Seth Godin’s new initiative – Change This. I’m a great admirer of Seth and most of what he does and I think Change This is a worthy and interesting initiative – visionary even, but what would you expect? The idea is that Change This is series of […]

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More new funding

More new funding

I see that Scalado, the Swedish imaging specialist – as in camera phone image – has raised c $ 2 million. Their main product currently seems to be PhotoTwister that lets you make cool & twisted photos in a flash. Choose between a wide range of different warp filters, all with funny and hip effects. […]

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Mobile Phone Directory

Mobile Phone Directory

I featured these guys a while back, but since then The Mobile Phone Directory has been coming on in veritable leaps and bounds. It’s a free resource for the mobile community – from the casually interested to the deeply techie, who needs the latest specs on handsets. Check it out. —–>Follow us on Twitter too: […]

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