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Ovum: Operators should fear the threat from Facebook

Here’s Ovum‘s take on the elephant in the ultra small mobile operator room — Facebook. – – – – – Facebook is shaping up to be a strong competitor to mobile operators that are in danger of underestimating the threat it poses, according to Ovum. In a new report* the independent telecoms analyst states that […]

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How Facebook could really nail the mobile operators

I participated in an array of superb briefings last week at Mobile World Congress. The issue of the ‘data crunch’ was never far from the conversation. One company I met on Sunday morning prior to MWC was apoplectic with rage about Facebook, Google and Apple. I won’t go into detail about the company’s identity except […]

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The Halifax Holiday Matchmaker tool is at your disposal

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Unruly Media and Halifax Bank. And although it’s not strictly mobile based, I have to admit, I was particularly impressed at how Halifax have engineered the tool. So, we start with the premise that Halifax would like you to know about their travel money services. No problem. […]

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BlackBerry Messenger’s barcode creator for Facebook

I’ve been taking a look at the new BlackBerry Messenger (“BBM”) app for Facebook. It’s due to become available at the end of the week — and it’s a piece of genius. Whilst the rest of the market is obsessing over the iPhone, BlackBerry is quietly continuing to shift millions of units. 20% of the […]

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Ewan MacLeod: “Twitter’s grown 1,689% from February 2008 to February 2009 compared to FB’s 114% growth. Someone’s been eating their Weetabix…” (via FriendFeed)

Ewan MacLeod “Twitter's grown 1,689% from February 2008 to February 2009 compared to FB's 114% growth. Someone's been eating their Weetabix…” March 17 at 5:22 pm – Comment – Like 'snot doing bad that Twitter – Ewan MacLeod

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