Archive | September, 2006
CTIA – Symbian Waiting To Pounce On The US

CTIA – Symbian Waiting To Pounce On The US

The US smartphone landscape in the US has, for the most part, been dominated by two kinds of devices — Treos and BlackBerrys — sold to a narrow group of enterprise users and prosumers. Certainly other devices have been sold to other types of users, but not in very high numbers. But I spoke to […]

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Pressies by SMS

Being so involved involved in the new new world of wap these days, it’s useful to be jerked back to reality and be reminded that sms is actually far bigger and far more mainstream for the majority of people. So I liked this idea from the Netherlands, that allows you to send your buddies a […]

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How To Be Taken Seriously

When you’re trying to look like a serious company, and not a patent troll, it’s probably not the best idea to kick off your press release announcing a lawsuit with “Cingular: You Got Served!” I mean, how are we supposed to take seriously a company that thinks advertising-based ringback tones will be worth $12 billion […]

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Clever Musical Marketing From Cingular

Clever Musical Marketing From Cingular

Here in Austin this past weekend was the Austin City Limits Music Festival, a 3-day concert featuring 130 bands, and 65,000 or so people sweating their butts off in a field near downtown. Cingular and AT&T are big sponsors of the event, and Cingular had an interesting little promotion, where they let people record their […]

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Carnival 45 at MobileCrunch

Oliver Starr’s got a thorough writeup of the latest edition of the Carnival of the Mobilists over at MobileCrunch. Check it out for the week’s best blogging about mobile. —–>Follow us on Twitter too: @russellbuckley and @caaarlo

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