Archive | June, 2009

Carnival of the Mobilists #179

This week’s best reflections on things mobile can be found at Geoff Ballinger’s “Reflections on Things Mobile” – coincidence, or what? Some great posts as usual, so head on over there to feast your eyes and delight your mobile soul. —–>Follow us on Twitter too: @russellbuckley and @caaarlo

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Calling Startups – Sign Up For The MobileBeat Top Startup Competition

The good folks over at VentureBeat are holding their second MobileBeat event in San Francisco on July 16. I’ve been part of their illustrious board of advisors, so I can say that the speakers and topics they’ve lined up are top-notch, and it should be a great event. As a part of it, they’re hosting […]

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Layar Points the Way

Raimo van der Klein, who among other things is a founder of the excellent MoMoNe (Mobile Monday Nederlands) has just launched Layar, the world’s first mobile augmented reality browser. If your response is WFT? – maybe you shouldn’t be here? As chance would have it, I was writing about the very same idea this morning […]

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Mobile Phones in 10 Year’s Time

I’ve been writing over at Opinions in Mobile for a while now. The idea is that they send out a question very week to a panel of industry thought leaders (and me) and everyone responds with a short and pithy post. There really are some heavyweight thinks from around the world involved – I won’t […]

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Carnival of the Mobilists #176

Carnival of the Mobilists #176 is up at the blogsite of the very fine mobile search specialist, Taptu. Check it out for the very best of the last week’s blog postings from around the world. This week, my post on Humanity 2.0 and The Singularity was selected. If you haven’t read it, it’s worth a […]

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