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Enterprise WiFi Best Practice Series: Devin Akin of Aerohive

I’m delighted to say that we’re now ready to kick-off with the first post of our all new content series focusing on best practice around internal enterprise WiFi. Over the past few months I’ve had quite a few email enquiries from readers wondering if I had any perspective on the issue of internal enterprise WiFi. […]

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10 questions to Rick Calvert, CEO of BlogWorldExpo

Now then here’s another event that I’d like to draw your attention to, especially if you’re into social media as I know a lot of the people reading are. BlogWorld & New Media Expo is taking place on the 24th-26th of May ¬†in New York. This year they’re adding a mobile stream to the conference […]

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Unlimited Drinks London tonight is completely full!

Well then, we’re here. It’s time! The Mobile Industry Review summer programme of events begins tonight with Unlimited Drinks London. If you haven’t had your place confirmed, please think twice about coming along. It pains me to write this but I’m rather concerned at people turning up and being denied entry by the venue because […]

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News

APPNATION roars into view — make sure you’re there!

One of the best conferences in mobile applications is taking place toward the end of this month. I’m pretty disappointed to not be able to make it. It’s obviously taking place in San Francisco — where else, but the centre of the mobile applications world? Last year, the inaugural APPNATION was thoroughly well received and […]

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Coming soon: Mobile Developer Titans, supported by BlueVia

We’ve got a new series coming here on Mobile Industry Review. It’s called Mobile Developer Titans. It’s supported by Telefonica’s developer programme,¬†BlueVia (more about that below). I’m hunting for 10 mobile developers to profile here on the site. I’m not interested in featuring just any developer in the series, though. I’m looking for developers who’ve […]

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Opinion

Lee Epting, Vodafone Group Content Services Director

It was a big evening for Vodafone’s Lee Epting at MEF Connects at MWC party in Barcelona recently: She was voted on to the foundation’s European board and then appointed as Chair! Congratulations Lee. So obviously, I had to ask Lee about that honour — plus I took the opportunity to ask her to outline […]

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Applications Devices

I Lost My Phone In London!

I usually carry a minimum of two handsets: A BlackBerry Bold and an iPhone 4. Between them, I have everything I generally need to run my businesses wherever I am. When I’m on the train, I’ll often sit and use the iPhone and have the Bold in reserve — often sitting on my leg, or […]

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Devices Services

The Asia Series: 60 minutes with Qualcomm’s Man in South East Asia

Toward the end of my week in Hong Kong, I sat down with Qualcomm’s man in South East Asia, John Stefanac. Qualcomm needs little in the way of introduction: Billion dollar mobile industry behemoth with interests extending from mobile network technology (CDMA — that’s them), the Brew mobile operating system to m-Healthcare (yes, they’ve now […]

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Applications Devices

iHealth Blood Pressure Dock arrives to fundamentally change healthcare

The iHealth Blood Pressure dock launches today. It’s simply fantastic. This product heralds a fundamental change in the way that healthcare metrics will be obtained, delivered and managed. The interactive or e-health marketplace is growing substantially. Indeed last year I saw a tiny pill at Qualcomm’s offices that — no word of a lie — […]

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Operators Opinion

‘Google & Facebook shouldn’t use networks for free’ — Total Rubbish

Good morning from the Costa Coffee at London Heathrow’s Terminal 5. That’s me back in London now. I spent most of my time in Hong Kong this week doing interviews so I hardly had any time to look at anything else. I did manage to briefly laugh-out-loud at the suggestions by some serious people in […]

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Devices Operators Opinion

Nokia Siemens Networks makes your iPhone battery last longer

Got an iPhone? Is it running on iOS 4.2? Good. Next question: Does your mobile operator run on Nokia Siemens Network equipment? No? Oh. Well, let’s just assume you said yes, right? Well that’s very, very good news. You see Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) equipment supports many of the mobile operator’s network infrastructure. And — […]

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Opinion

The Data Capacity Crunch, Part 1

The Data Capacity Crunch In Part 1 of our video series focusing on the data capacity crunch, we talk to o2’s Head of Consumer Marketing, Jonathan Earle to find out his perspective on the issue. Over to Jonathan… This series is jointly produced with the talented people at Mobile Entertainment magazine‘s ME TV channel.