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Nokia’s fall from grace: The Background Story

Yesterday, Tomi Ahonen posted yet another magnum opus chronicling Nokia under Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo’s reign. It makes for absolutely compelling reading, especially — and I mean especially — if you’re drinking the Apple Koolaid, or if you are curious as to how Nokia was once regarded as an impregnable super-brand and now is effectively relegated to […]

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Video: Qualcomm’s Mirasol screen display technology

During a walkabout of the Uplinq Soutions Showcase floor, I bumped into Cheryl Goodman, Director of Marketing for Qualcomm’s Mirasol screen display technology. I asked if she’d be keen to show us a demonstration on camera and she readily agreed. The technology is phenomenal. It has super-low power requirements and looks utterly amazing. Although it’s […]

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Exclusive: The Vodafone 360 Samsung H2 roars into view – photos, video

There’s been a lot of inaccurate speculation across the web about the upcoming Samsung H2 handset for the Vodafone 360 service. I’ve been briefed directly by Vodafone and I’m pleased to correct the speculation with these official specifications: Height: 125mm Width: 60.8mm Depth: 11.7mm (smaller than the H1) Weight: 137g Memory: 16GB internal, MicroSD for […]

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My business critical Bold 9700 isn’t: JVM Error 545

This evening at about 430pm my business critical top of the range BlackBerry Bold 9700 went blank except for an annoying small and inexplicable, unhelpful message: JVM Error 545. Joy. It’s rendered the device absolutely useless. I saw it and took out the battery immediately smiling with an embarrassed look in case anyone in Starbucks […]

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Cisco’s Cius: An iPad for the enterprise?

That there is the all new Cisco Cius, an ultra-portable ‘mobile collaboration business tablet‘ that ‘offers access to essential business applications and technologies.’  At least, that’s what Cisco reckon.  And I’m inclined to agree. Various people around the industry are describing it alternately as an iPad-killer, an iPad-rival and so on.   I think it’s certainly […]

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We’ve got decades to go… decades!

Sometimes I simply cannot avoid the childish delight that erupts from my mind when I switch on my mobile phone in the Maldives and find email messages start to arrive.  The magic of if — the fact I’m on the other side of the planet and this stuff still works — never ceases to amaze […]

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Google.com/phone Is Dead! Long Live The Mobile Operator

Back at the beginning of this year, Google’s launch of the Nexus One sent shockwaves around the industry. Mobile operators were quaking in their boots. Quaking, I tell you. Not because of the Nexus One’s market leading features, no. But because of the manner in which Google decided to sell the device: Direct to the […]

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