Archive | January, 2007

More from DLD – How Green is My Company?

This isn‚Äôt specifically about mobile, but it does affect mobile businesses, as well as every other business -¬†as well as every person on the planet, so please excuse the slight digression. ¬† I wrote earlier in the week about attending the DLD conference in Munich, which is probably one of the leading new and old […]

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Lazyweb Requests

Two questions for all our lovely, intelligent readers: Can anybody recommend a decent blogging client, either for S60 3rd edition, or a Java app? Web-based service might possibly be okay, too. Second, what (if anything) are you all using for mobile VoIP these days? Just curious to get a feel for this and potentially check […]

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2007 Predictions – The Final One

Well, I couldn’t resist it and my final prediction is going to be about the iPhone – though it would be kinda cheating to just say that it’s just going to be launched. I’ve been thinking about it a lot over the last few weeks and quite honestly, I don’t think this is going to […]

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Bits and Pieces

Carnival of the Mobilists 59 is up at Xellular Identity, so go check it out. Rudy de Waele has launched a wiki to track Mobile 2.0 companies at http://www.mobile2companies.com. I’ve helped him get started with some of the intro text, so be sure to head over there, have a look around and perhaps make some […]

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Blogging from DLD – Part 1

This afternoon saw the start of the DLD conference in ole Munich town, which I posted about a couple of weeks ago. It’s probably one of the biggest and most prestigious¬†media/technology events in Europe, all the more remarkable as it only has 450 invitation-only delegates. This makes it surprisingly intimate and you really can be […]

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