The organisers of MIPTV’s Connected Creativity conference have wasted no time in getting the video from last week’s event up on to Youtube. Which means that amongst other sessions, you can now watch the Crowd-Sourced-Wrap-Up session from Thursday afternoon featuring: – Me (doing the moderating)– Stuart Dredge (Mobile Entertainment magazine, Guardian)– Cedric Giorgi (TechCrunch France […]
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At Nokia World, Ricky Cadden (the Maemo Guru — and Symbian Guru) sat down with me and asked my opinion of the new Nokia N900. Fly over to Ricky’s site to watch the video — replete with me wearing the effervescent Mobile Industry Review jacket. Thanks Ricky!
For the avoidance of doubt and given I’ve been going off-on-one about SpinVox for the past few days, I’d like to point a few things out: 1) I was a delighted beneficiary of a SpinVox courtesy account. I *think* I used to pay for it but I’m not entirely sure what happened, when. Other than […]
That’s how Mobile Developer TV is looking at the moment. I’m pretty pleased with the clean lines
I didn’t bother signing up for Wakoopa when I heard about it a while ago. I thought it was a cool concept — track the desktop applications you’re using (along with ‘web applications’) and then publish the data to let you track what your friends are using.
People I know from London keep asking me, “Are you in San Francisco?” and, people from San Francisco keep asking if I’m in London. The where-are-you question is very, very relevant in the context of business so I’ve been trying to solve that with the use of a Where Am I function on my personal […]
Would you like to see thousands of people singing ‘Hey Jude’ together in London’s Trafalgar Square? Yes? Good
You read that right.
Well then. What a total waste of time that was
I just published Vodafone’s news regarding their ‘app store’ initiative — and I’m already getting questions and reaction in from developers. Here are some quotes right off the press from some mobile developers.
I think Vodafone should do an unboxing video for every single one of their handsets.
It’s that time again. I am off to visit a Vodafone store to find out what’s going on with my five lines. I’m going to change around some of the price plans and decommission the lines I don’t need