Good morning it’s Julian here once again, this time with part one of a two-part series on points to consider when developing enterprise applications. I know this will be a little obtuse to those who aren’t actively working in the sector so if you’ve any questions please do add them below and I’ll respond. Here […]
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I popped into the Covent Garden Apple Store this evening to buy a new MacBook Pro laptop. I decided to buy there-and-then because I needed the utility. I wanted the machine immediately rather than waiting. It turns out that this is perhaps the wrong approach for me because I really don’t enjoy the standard experience. […]
I wrote this post for this week’s Bizcrowd newsletter and thought it might be useful for a few readers here at Mobile Industry Review. Creating a partnership is fraught with difficulty. I’ve seen many work fabulously, but I’ve also seen a lot of poorly matched partnerships descend into business hell. I put together 10 questions […]
Thank you to all the readers who came along to World Travel Market’s Mobile Travel Panel yesterday afternoon. If you recall the topic was, “Desktop is dead! Long live mobile travel!” Andrew Cocker, Chief Marketing Officer of Skyscanner gave a stimulating presentation for the first 25 minutes. He included a load of statistics and perspective, […]
Hello it’s Ewan here. I’m delighted to present a series of posts by one of the Square Mile’s most accomplished mobile architecture hotshots, Julian Cooling. Julian has been a regular comment contributor over the years here at Mobile Industry Review and I finally met the chap in person at one of our 361 Degrees Live […]
I was reading The Times this morning looking for Bizcrowd ads. I can’t quite remember the advertising schedule we’re operating with the media. I have it written somewhere in a spreadsheet and I routinely keep getting the days and newspapers wrong. So today I bought The Times. I scrolled paged through the paper and didn’t […]
… you should check out this week’s 361 Degrees episode. This week we’re talking about Nokia and Microsoft. I have been a long time Nokia fan — and a long time commentator. I have followed them through thick and thin. I’ve been hugely complimentary and supportive — but I’ve also been intensely direct at times […]
I snapped the above photo on Friday evening as I strode through Waterloo. It’s an absolute shocker of a photo. There are six ticket machines shown, each with a queue of at least 6 people waiting behind someone struggling away pressing buttons to buy a piece of paper. There’s another bank of machines on […]
Yet another reminder that I’m living about 20 years in advance of most people. It’s flipping annoying, really. I wonder if I need to work hard to try and get back into the real world? My problem this morning was sitting on the train waiting for the Southwest Trains ticket chap to walk along to […]
Whoop. Four months later than planned, the 361 Degrees Podcast is back. It’s only SEASON FLIPPING FIVE! Yeah. That’s pretty cool. Five seasons of podcasts now. We’ve come quite a way from the very first edition of the podcast recorded on the beach front at Cannes all those years ago. We thought we might as […]
So is that it, then? It’s been a good few months now. Nobody’s bought one. Well, no one I know has. And that, dear reader, is the reality check. This viewpoint is hardly based on extensive research but I think everyone bar Microsoft’s various PR agencies can now nod their heads in unison to the […]
When Techcrunch is publishing this type of analysis, you can easily discern that — despite the billions in revenue — there’s something rotten in the State of Denmark HQ at Cupertino. Have a read… Techcrunch – Design, and Insecurity is back at Apple.