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SOS – Support Our Stores

This week, I’ll be speaking at the Guardian’s Mobile Business Summit, which has an excellent line up, as you would expect. If you’re going to be there, please come and say Hi. My session is about mCommerce – no surprises there. But I think we often lose sight of what mCommerce is as it embraces […]

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Mobile Vouchers – The Next Billion Dollar Market?

You may have read in the news over last few weeks that I’ve taken the decision to return to a full time role in the mobile app marketing scene, as Chief Marketing Officer of Eagle Eye Solutions in the UK. I thought I’d take the opportunity here to explain my thinking a little and why […]

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Once You Go QWERTY, You Never Go Back

I’ve been carrying a Nokia E71 for several months now, but I swapped back to my N82 briefly a little while back when I wanted to use its far superior camera (best-ever camera on a phone IMO). The biggest change was having to use predictive text again — and that wasn’t something I enjoyed too […]

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Making Cameraphone Interfaces Reflect How They’re Used

My foibles with the camera in my Nokia E71 are well documented. Given its limitations, I swapped it for a Nokia N82 when I went and saw The Killers break in a new venue here in Las Vegas last weekend. Great show, I definitely recommend seeing the band if they come to a town near […]

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Facebook In Talks With Nokia

The WSJ is reporting that Facebook and Nokia are in talks about how to embed the social network into Nokia devices, mentioning the possibility of integrating Facebook contacts and activity with the device’s phonebook. That’s not quite the complete Facebook as Mobile UI idea, but it’s definitely a step in the right direction, and one […]

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