Archive | April, 2007
10 Rules for Mobile Website Creation

10 Rules for Mobile Website Creation

Back in 1995/6, loads of brand managers suddenly realised that they needed to commission one of those web things. And many paid through the nose for the privilege, as the “right” price wasn’t really known. Fast forward 10 years and many brand managers are equally suddenly realising that they need one of those mobile web […]

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How To Shoot Your World-Beating Mobile Phone In The Foot

How To Shoot Your World-Beating Mobile Phone In The Foot

Back in September, when it was announced, I was pretty excited about the Nokia N95, and I stand by my assessment that it’s the most fully-featured device to come out outside Asia — yes, I think it’s better on paper than the iPhone. What’s pretty interesting to me is that lots of people here in […]

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Bluespamming Debate Rages On, Online and at Swedish Beers

We’ve written plenty about Bluespamming in the past, and it never fails to evoke some passionate responses from people on both sides. Helen Keegan’s going over it again on her site, focusing on yet another story touting the success of Bluespamming in apparent conflict with the comments of the people hit by the messages. The […]

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Carnival of the Mobilists 68 Up

Chetan Sharma’s got the 68th edition of The Carnival of the Mobilists up at his Always On Real-Time Access blog, so be sure and check it out for the week’s best writing about mobile. —–>Follow us on Twitter too: @russellbuckley and @caaarlo

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Mobile UI Trends: Is More Better?

Mobile UI Trends: Is More Better?

A couple weeks ago, a couple of new pieces of mobile phone software debuted, both (coincidentally, I think) connected to Microsoft. ZenZui, a company spun out of Microsoft’s research labs that’s developed a new interface for mobile content browsing, and Deepfish, a mobile browser also from the company’s labs. In addition to the Microsoft connection, […]

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