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Uplinq: Geoff Stead, Tribal Labs talks Mobile Education Technology

This is Momchil with the new videos filmed at the Qualcomm Uplinq 2012 event! In this video Geoff Stead of Tribal Labs talks about the future of mobile education technology. Geoff is Head of Innovation at Tribal Labs, concentrating on Mobile Learning. At Tribal Labs, Cambridge, UK, it’s all about the blend between “the technology, […]

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What’s the best way to mobilise an old content management system?

A colleague of mine popped by today to ask my advice on mobilising content management systems (“CMS”). His company has a really old, creaking CMS that they’re utterly delighted with. It works fine, they don’t want to change it, everything is perfect. The only thing it doesn’t do is ‘mobile’. It doesn’t recognise iPads, iPhones, […]

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Noel Penzer of AOL talks at MIPTV 2011

Noel Penzer, Vice President of Media and Business Development at AOL Europe talks about creating premium content and distributing it across the web. “Content is a key part to every consumer’s journey on the internet.” Here is the video:

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Opinion

Claire Tavernier of FMX, Freemantle Media talks about the future of Television

Claire Tavernier runs FMX, the Freemantle Central Digital Hub. Freemantle is a large producer of entertainment formats such as the “Idols” and “Got Talent”. In this video Claire talks about the future of Television. “Content is key”, but where and how will it continue to exist? More from Claire:

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Cédric Ponsot of Vivendi Mobile Entertainment runs a Multi-Platform Distribution Service

Cédric Ponsot, CEO of Vivendi Mobile Entertainment talks at MIPTV on licensing and distribution of content. Vivendi handles mobile content and works with content owners and mobile operators on licensing, distributing and monetizing content. Here is the video:

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MEF invites you to their Mobile Content & Commerce event in Miami

Picture the scene across Europe come 30th of November 2010. Rain will be coming down intermittently in sheets. It’ll be dark until 9am for a few hours before the pitch black descends once more. You won’t be able to go anywhere without an umbrella and a decent coat. Most of the UK goes into seasonal-depressed-mode […]

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Applications

‘Wrapped’ content is on the increase

I got some news in from Jens Lauritzon, MD of Accumulate UK (that’s him above). I’m really, really liking the Accumulate concept. First, though, let’s have a bit of background… Imagine the scene – you’re a 15 year old in Thailand on a PAYG deal and you’ve just got a new phone. You’ve been playing […]

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A private video & photo account for *JUST* the family?

So, baby en route, I need a facility to be able to publish photos and video up to a site that will only allow relatives and a few friends to be able to access it. Flickr has some good facilities for managing friends & family access, but rather limited video support (i.e. 90 seconds maximum). […]

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Applications

Trutap launches Hornet content platform

I got a note in this morning from Carl Uminski, CTO of Trutap. I caught up with Carl very briefly at CTIA in San Francisco last month and he showed me a demo of the next version of Trutap — it’s going to be quite stunning. IM, Content, Social Networking — all aimed at the […]

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Flirtomatic users to now flirt with Sharpcards’ content

Flirtomatic, UK’s leading flirting service has today announced its partnership with Sharpcards, the global pioneer in enhanced mobile messaging. As a part of the agreement, Sharpcards will provide its content to over 900,000 of Flirtomatic users, while still holding the mobile licensing rights of its content. An initial trial of the same was undertaken by […]

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Operators

UK needs age ratings for under-18 mobile content

Guess what? The mobile industry is actually doing something right for once. Yep, according to watchdog Ofcom, the system of self regulation operators have in place to stop kids getting their hands on adult material before they’re 18 is working out fine, although it did administer a gentle slap on the wrist over information: apparently […]

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Fliptrack becomes Moblyng, gets $5.7m from VCs

Social media service Fliptrack has been reborn as Moblyng and found itself on the end of an injection of VC funding. The company’s offering lets users mobilise and share all their content on social networking sites likes MySpace, including photos, videos and widgets, and announced yesterday that it’s got $5.7 million in venture capital funding […]