Archive | February, 2007

3GSM Embraces Bluespam and Porn

As the mobile world gathers today at Barcelona in preparation for the 3GSM onslaught, I’ve had a couple of dodgy experiences from the show organisers, who really ought to know better. Firstly, when I was standing in line for registration, I was consistently urged to accept a Bluetooth message from “3GSM”. I’m assuming this was […]

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Carnival of the Mobilists – Khosla Post of the Year!

This was a really, really hard post to write and somewhat accounts for the delay in finally putting it up. I’ve been chopping and changing things for a month now and it’s finally time to get it posted before we embark on 3GSM madness. As you (hopefully) know, the Carnival of the Mobilists is a […]

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MobHappy at 3GSM

MobHappy at 3GSM

Russell and I will both be in Barcelona next week for the 3GSM World Congress, the industry’s biggest annual confab. My schedule is already pretty tight, and so is Russell’s, but if you want to meet up or show something off, feel free to drop me an email I’ll see if we can’t work something […]

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MuMoMo Launches with 180

Monday night¬†saw the launch of MuMoMo, or Munich Mobile Monday, which is actually the largest gathering of Mondayists I‚Äôve ever been to, with about 180 people attending.¬† We had a great line up of 6 speakers for this one-off special occasion with a mega-party afterwards open to the public, complete with DJs playing cool vibes, […]

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Helio’s First Subscriber Figures — And A $100 ARPU

American MVNO Helio has finally released its first set of subscriber data, and it’s pretty stunning. At the end of 2006 (about six months after its launch), Helio had grabbed more than 70,000 users, and says it’s on track to pass 100,000 early in Q2. Those are all postpaid, and are delivering an ARPU of […]

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