Archive | December, 2005

Links for December 23

– The Mobility Echo Chamber (Mobile Enterprise Weblog) – Medion, Aldi Mobile Discount Offer Exceeds Expectations (cellular-news) – The best and worst of 2005 (Abiro – Mobile News) – 2005: The Predictions That Were And Weren’t (MocoNews) – UK mobile operators take fight for 3G tax rebate to Europe (The Times) – Communications for Life […]

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Carnival of the Mobilists – Best of the Year!

Welcome to the final Carnival of the Mobilists of 2005, where we feature the very best online writing about mobile. To celebrate this special issue, we asked all our writers to send in their favourite piece from 2005 ÇƒÏ and they havenǃÙt disappointed. I challenge anyone to come up with a finer collection. We also […]

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2005 Predictions Reviewed 15 – 19

And so, we come to the final few predictions I made, with my score running at 13 out of a maximum 14 points to date. How did I dio in the final stretch? 15. Adult services continue to quietly boom Yes, this is continuing to boom as far as all the data I’ve seen, which […]

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Links for December 22

– In praise of … texting (The Guardian) – 3G Users Say WTF! (160 Characters) – Italy’s Mediaset buys spectrum for mobile TV (Forbes) – DoCoMo buys stake in Japanese TV broadcaster (Telecom Magazine) – KDDI, Qualcomm team up for mobile TV (Reuters) – Gorillaz to deliver their Christmas speech to mobiles (BBC) – Verizon […]

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The Worst In Mobile, 2005

The Worst In Mobile, 2005

It’s roundup and prediction season, when everybody looks back on the past year and looks ahead to the new one. We’re no different of course, with Russell reviewing his predictions from last year, and our new ones to come very soon. I’m going to take a slightly different tack the next couple days, looking at […]

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