Archive | April, 2006

Google and the Mobile Sex Search Mystery

It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that people are using Google mobile search to find porn, but a new study has found that this type of search is twice as likely to happen as on Google on computers. Nearly 1 in 5 mobile searches are looking for adult entertainment, with the runners up […]

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Links for April 24

– Office Communicator Mobile Released (BetaNews) – Can you have too big a range? (Feet up!) – Nokia Enterprise Solutions: By The Numbers (Mobile Enterprise Weblog) – Tech Innovation ‘Noses’ Into Phones (Korea Times) – Microsoft Developing Next Mobile OS: Crossbow (IDG) – Re-run of WAP fiasco on way (The Inquirer) —–>Follow us on Twitter […]

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Tex2Me Offers Free Messaging

Tex2Me Offers Free Messaging

Earlier today, I wrote about Hotxt, which offers cheap messaging via a Java application over GPRS. I concluded that I was a little luke warm about it, despite their high profile investor, and that it had usability issues and would be more ballsy if it were free. SMS Text News linked to the story and […]

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Is Hotxt Hot?

Is Hotxt Hot?

Hotxt has been attracting quite a lot of attention in the UK, not the least because it’s backed by Dragon’s Den entrepreneur Doug Richard. Dragon’s Den is a TV programme where wannabe entrepreneurs pitch their wares to a panel of VCs. Hotxt is a mobile messaging service that offers an all-you-can eat menu for ¬£1 […]

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The RAZR’s Successor, or, More Of The Same

One more RAZR-beating post before the weekend: Engadget Mobile has pictures of what’s rumored to be the RAZR 2, or “Canary”. It’s still thin, looks a bit narrower, has a glossy finish, and a giant bulbous bottom. Yay. The best bit, though: they say “it uses the same software build as the RAZR V3x” — […]

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