Archive | October, 2006

Mobile Web Usage vs. SMS

Following Russell’s earlier post about stats on mobile web usage, this story caught my eye yesterday: AFP – Text messaging still king in mobile phone world Text messaging remains the most dominant mode of mobile data communication, as high costs and cumbersome procedures keep customers from fully embracing fancier applications, industry players say. As revenue […]

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Mobile Web Stats

There’s a real dearth of good data about the mobile web. If I want to find out the top websites in any country in the world, region or even globally, there’s any number of free and paid-for stats I could access. The same isn’t true of the mobile web at all, as it seems to […]

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Even Wireless Networks Rely On Cables

From The Register – Vodafone outage caused by robbery: Cable stealing thieves were responsible for a network outage that left some Vodafone UK customers without service for most of yesterday. A spokeswoman was unable to explain what the cables were for, but confirmed that the theft in north Wales caused the network downtime for most […]

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mobileYouth Virtual Networking Event

I posted about some of the findings of mobileYouth a few months back. The report is now out and the team behind it are having a virtual networking event at Habbo Hotel. So head on over there and pick the analyst’s brains and hang out with other cool and froody mobile people. Shame that the […]

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Carnival of the Mobilists #50

Carnival of the Mobilists #50

Welcome back to MobHappy for the jubilee 50th edition of the Carnival of the Mobilists. It was a year and a week or so ago that Russell kicked off the first Carnival, and it’s good to see things still going strong — so many thanks are in order to all the hosts of the past […]

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