… at the cost of a $99 annual subscription to Office365, that makes it amongst the most expensive mobile office productivity applications around. I’m pleased that Microsoft has actually made the leap into iOS. I’m on record as saying their reluctance to engage on the iOS platform has been a costly, costly mistake. Millions of [...]
I was terrifically disappointed to have been unable to make it to BlackBerry Live in Orlando recently. By all accounts it was a super event. I followed much of the updates live from the likes of my friends at CrackBerry and from BlackBerry’s own excellent social update team. I had an inkling that a Q5 [...]
3plet want to turn albums into apps. Their tool packages an artist’s music into full, interactive experiences that can be downloaded from popular app stores onto smartphones. Alongside the music, artists can add lyrics, videos, artwork and links to social / online presences.
Papirus.net is a collaboration tool and mobile apps for teams that aims to move ‘high intensity’ communications, documents and approval workflow out of your email.
Wheely is a mobile and web-based cab booking service. It currently operates in Moscow with a fleet of black Mercedes cars and – after a trial in London in 2012 – is due to re-launch there in mid-June, offering lower costs, hybrid cars and free 4G-powered WiFi.
SimplyCeph is a mobile and web-based service to manage patient records and design orthodontic treatments using an iPad to manipulate 3D models of patients’ mouths.
MD.Voice is a service for mobile devices that analyse the user’s voice to detect health issues.
Live coverage from DEMO Europe in Moscow: Photozeen wants to “improve your pictures before you take them” by training mobile photographers through professionally-developed ‘quests’.
If you’ve been thinking I’ve been light here on the posts recently, I can explain. I don’t write Mobile Industry Review full time, you see. Now and again I have had the opportunity to do so. But consulting usually gets in the way. My wife’s curtain habit doesn’t fund itself. Most recently I was working [...]
In an utterly unbelievable move, Nokia today announced that the company’s existing Lumia range of smartphones will be joined by a reinvigorated Nokia Essentials range. Harking back to the company’s previous successes, the first device to hit the shelves will be a completely revamped Nokia N95 christened the N95-A. The exact same candybar form factor [...]
Yesterday Vodafone splashed in the Metro about their all new (well, sort of) wifi offering for customers using the London Underground system. If you’ve ever been caught wanting to send an email or look up somewhere on a map whilst on the platform, having access to the Internet is mighty convenient. I have tried the [...]
Have you been reading the various news reports about the US regulator considering the possibility of actually allowing folk to use their Tablets and Smartphones during take off and landing? I really do have to calm myself every time I’m on the plane and I have to “stow” my iPad or smartphone because of stupid [...]