Archive | April, 2006

Carnival #25 is at Golden Swamp

Judy Breck has done a fine job with a veritable cornucopia of entries into this week’s Carnival of the Mobilists. Check it out for the very best writing about mobile this week. —–>Follow us on Twitter too: @russellbuckley and @caaarlo

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Links for April 27

– The 21st-Century Peep Show (Village Voice) – Helio Unveils 3G Gaming Service (Wireless Week) – A Cellphone in Park, Even More Powerful (NYT) – Vodafone Completes Vodafone Japan Sale, To Return GBP6 Billion (cellular-news) – Is the Palm OS missing the multimedia boat? ( –

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Shag Phone Revisited

Shag Phone Revisited

Following a comment by best selling business authorTomi Ahonen on my post about sex and mobile search on Tuesday, I was inspired to raid the extensive MobHappy archives for this post on the Shag Phone – in case you hadn’t seen it. Tomi pointed out that recent European surveys had found that between 41% (Innocent […]

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The Frustrations of Java

The Frustrations of Java

As Jonathan Schwartz, the famous blogging COO of Sun Microsystems, steps up to take over the big job from Scott McNealy, it’s a good time to ponder where “Java Platform, Micro Edition” as we must now call it, or J2ME as it used to be known, is actually going. The concept of a platform like […]

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Links for April 25

– Nokia announce N72, N73 and N93 Nseries handsets (All About Symbian) – Sprint Sends Texts To Landline Phones (Phone Scoop) – Cisco to partner with Nokia on dual mode phones (Infoworld) – ‘Huge opportunities’ in mobile search, says Microsoft exec (Computerworld) —–>Follow us on Twitter too: @russellbuckley and @caaarlo

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