Archive | May, 2008

Some Cool Motion-Sensing Tech

I’ve been in San Diego for Qualcomm’s BREW 2008 event, and yesterday in the expo, I saw some neat stuff from a company called GestureTek. It’s a company that’s been around for a while doing motion-sensing technology, and they’re putting it into mobile phones now. However, they use a handset’s camera instead of an accelerometer […]

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Hits Just Keep On Coming From Motorola

Regular readers will know we don’t really talk about handsets much here on MH, except for the occasional shiny-object lust, but I wanted to point out this post I just saw over at IntoMobile about some forthcoming Motorola cameraphone. Moto has been working on devices with Kodak-branded cameras in an attempt to reinvigorate its ailing […]

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Free Market Data

Portio Reseach have just published a free downloadable PDF, which contains tons of market data on the state of mobile. It’s a taster for the whole report that they want you to buy (fair enough), but there’s loads of facts to get your mind around in the free version. Earlier this week, I wrote about […]

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85% Aware of Bluetooth

A new survey by Millward Brown, admittedly commissioned by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group themselves, has found that 85% of people are now aware of Bluetooth as a technology and an impressive 68% even recognising the Bluetooth logo itself. This seems pretty high on first consideration. But the survey methodology was to poll 2,500 consumers […]

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Mobile Will be Big (Official!)

I meant to post about this last week, but a hectic schedule prevented me. So, sorry if you’ve read about it already. The Churchill Club, is a prestigious Silicon Valley tech forum, well known (among other things) for its Annual Top Ten Tech Trends Debate. This year, the panel consisted of VC luminaries Steve Jurvetson, […]

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