Archive | February, 2008

Thoughts on Native Mobile Apps v Mobile Web Apps

Carlo gave a nice summary yesterday of the state of play of Native Mobile Apps (like JME), as opposed to developing for the mobile web, quoting recent deep thoughts by luminaries in the mobosphere such as Michael Mace, Mike Rowehl and Dean Bubley. If you’re a regular reader of MobHappy, you’ll know that this is […]

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links for 2008-02-26

Tech Beat Nokia: Looking at Flexible, Stretchable Cell Phones – BusinessWeek (tags: nokia) —–>Follow us on Twitter too: @russellbuckley and @caaarlo

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Sounding The Death Knell For Native Mobile Apps

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the merits of mobile native development compared to mobile web development. Native mobile development is so complex and fraught with so many pitfalls, and that situation doesn’t look like it’s changing much, despite the advances many handset manufacturers and platform providers trumpet. Myriad technical issues remain, while the […]

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Get Paid to See Advertising

There’s a theory, that’s gaining credence right now, that we’re in a bubble. The evidence cited is that lots of companies are being funded with ideas that are either a little crazy or being launched into already saturated markets. An example might be companies still launching into the mobile ad network business. Now I might […]

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links for 2008-02-22

Blyk Advertisers, Sceptical On Subscriber Numbers, Just ‚ÄòDon‚Äôt Get It‚Äô | (tags: blyk uk) Dean Bubley’s Disruptive Wireless: WiFi vs 3G and session-based mobile broadband (tags: wifi 3g) Tokyo tests data hotspots for tourists and shoppers | Technology | The Guardian (tags: japan tokyo rfid) Open APIs In Xohm‚Äôs Future – GigaOM (tags: wimax […]

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