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Video: James Lamberti of mobile advertising giant, InMobi

If you haven’t heard of InMobi yet, don’t worry. You will. They’re coming. Having already locked up the Far Eastern markets (8 billion mobile impressions a month, 150+ million user reach), InMobi is the biggest mobile marketing giant that you’ve never heard of. If you’re into mobile applications (or websites) in any way, you should […]

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Video: Julien Fourgeaud on the Symbian’s future

Just before Mobile World Congress, Rafe and I sat down with Julien Fourgeaud to talk about his involvement in the Symbian Foundation, the importance of explaining technology as a user experience, where the Foundation and platform might go (i.e. future vision) and the possibilities of using Symbian on other connected devices. Let’s see what’s on […]

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Video: Lee Williams on Sasken’s Social Mobile Framework

Before we took a stroll around Mobile World Congress with Symbian Foundation Executive Director, Lee Williams, Symbian‘s Executive Director, Rafe and I took Lee over to meet Sasken. They’re a major contributor to the new open source code (in particular, the Social Mobile Framework). Here’s Lee talking to one of the Sasken representatives: Download M4V […]

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Video: Checking out the Dell Mini 5 Android Tablet

As I walked around the MobileFocus event last week I spotted this rather swanky 5-inch Dell Mini 5 tablet unit on the Dell table. The chap behind the table obliged us with a hands-on demo. It’s just a preview unit but goodness me it’s looking gorgeous. It really did look highly attractive — and whilst […]

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1.2 billion handsets sold in 2009, Nokia & Symbian still top

Gartner released their market research on worldwide smartphone sales today. Needless to say Nokia, is still the runaway market leader with a whopping 441 million devices sold, garnering a respectable 36.4%. But that’s down 2 percentage points over 2008. Samsung came next with 236 million devices sold, followed by LG (122m), Motorola (58m), Sony (55m) […]

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Video: Lee Williams talks to DeviceAnywhere’s Faraz Syed

Before we took a stroll around Mobile World Congress with Lee Williams, Symbian‘s Executive Director, Rafe and I took Lee over to meet DeviceAnywhere’s top man, Faraz Syed, to discuss their recently launched Virtual Developer Lab for Symbian: Download M4V Video | Subscribe to Podcast | Embed video

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