Author Archive | Ewan

About Ewan

Ewan is Founder and Editor of Mobile Industry Review. He writes about a wide variety of industry issues and is usually active on Twitter most days. You can read more about him or reach him with these details.

Find more about me on:

Here are my most recent posts

How to do Mobile World Congress in one day for £156 (plus entry!)

I am accustomed to spending thousands going to Mobile World Congress. Typically, this is a straight business expense for me. I have to be there. It’s a great opportunity to discover new technologies, services, companies and individuals. Perhaps the biggest reason for going to MWC is the networking — and this shouldn’t be under valued. […]

Continue Reading · 9

I’m at Mobile World Congress today

Bring it on. I can’t wait. I’m getting on the plane in 8 hours. I am not going to print my badge. Instead I’m going to use the Mobile World Congress app along with my Photo ID to get my badge. Paperless entry, finally! And, in an MWC first for me, I’m going to actually […]

Continue Reading · 0

Samsung’s Galaxy S5 intro video outclasses the rest of the media’s efforts

It’s Day One of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and I’m in the UK, getting organised for my flying visit to the exhibition tomorrow. I’ve spent the evening reading the various different press releases from Samsung and wondered just how they were managing the Unpacked Galaxy S5 announcements on YouTube. I searched “Samsung Galaxy S5” […]

Continue Reading · 8

Koding.com is giving away a 100TB of data storage

I’ve been a long time user of Koding — way back when it was called Kodingen. It’s been an absolute life saver for me. I’ve been coding for at least 15 years (mostly PHP) and now and again I’ve found myself out and about, but with the need to actually change something on one of […]

Continue Reading · 0

Samsung’s 15 dedicated UK stores… could be good, could be horrifying

 Today’s FT is reporting that…  Samsung is opening 60 stores across Europe to sell its mobile phones, tablets, laptops and wearable technology in partnership with Carphone Warehouse, the UK retailer. By working with Carphone Warehouse to create a store concept, the South Korean technology group will compete directly with Apple, whose flagship high-street shops have […]

Continue Reading · 0

MWC is coming up: Do you need VisuallySocial for your stand?

With MWC just around the corner I thought I’d do a quick note about VisuallySocial. If you’re in PR/Marketing, you’ll probably be in the advanced stages of planning how you’re going to manage your senior stakeholders and their “dominate MWC” target. It’s a big ask when dozens of giant companies are planning on spunking millions […]

Continue Reading · 0

Powered by WordPress. Designed by Woo Themes

Real Time Web Analytics