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Taking the Mobile Industry Review show to Kabul, Tehran and Pyongyang

I’ve had a few emails from people today — and there’s been one comment posted from reader Ant Carroll. This gist of the feedback has been words to the effect of ‘Rome: Great’ (we’ve just published the preview video of our trip to Italy over the weekend) but what about somewhere REALLY interesting. Ant commented […]

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More updates to Mobile Industry Review

I had another field-day this evening with sodding cascading style sheets on Mobile Industry Review. Eventually I just stuck in some tables and woosh, it worked. I will arse about with the CSS to try and make it work another time. Here’s the latest update: I’ve split the news stories down the left and made […]

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Submit a post to Mobile Industry Review

We’ve added a new feature here at MIR. It’s a Submit A Post page. If you’ve got a burning issue that you’d like to talk about, or if you’ve got some news about your company, product or service, you can now submit it directly to us at Mobile Industry Review. It’s conceivable no one will […]

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Mobile Industry Review is the 18th most clipped site

Get in! I only just found this. Back on the 21st of November, the chaps at UKNetMonitor put together an analysis of the sites that they believe to be ‘relevant, significant and influential’ in the context of the news clipping and monitoring that they do for their clients. They ended up with 100 sites that […]

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The Mobile Industry Review Awards: Monday

We’re recording the Mobile Industry Review Awards — both the nominations and the winners — tonight. I’ve just overseen the creation of our fancy envelopes with the results inside. SHHHH. Can’t tell you who’s won. Dan Lane, Ben Smith and James Whatley will be presenting alternate categories, listing out the nominations — and then ripping […]

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The Mobile Industry Review iPhone Application – ideas?

I’m working on the idea of creating an iPhone application for our site. We don’t obviously need it. There’s a web version, for example. But it’s worth playing with, isn’t it? Trouble is, I’m at a bit of a loss about what we could do with an iPhone application for the site. My ideas are […]