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Devices Services

Fix your rubbish reception registration systems with Envoy

  I really don’t have any time for the standard rubbish registration systems at receptions. I recognise the importance and the need for such a process. I’d just like it to be as elegant as possible. Enter Envoy. I really like the look of this. Check the service out at signwithenvoy.com.

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Applications

MobDB: The ready-to-use backend for your mobile app

I came across MobDB the other day thanks to one of those beta lists that I completely forget the name of. When I remember, I’ll update the post. Anyway this one really caught my eye as I think I could seriously use it for a number of applications. Let’s take a step back. What’s the one […]

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Opinion

Yossi Zohar introduces Amdocs Retail Experience

In this video we interviewed Yossi Zohar, Marketing Director at Amdocs Customer Management Division. Amdocs is showcasing the Amdocs Retail Experience which provides an end to end solution for operators to improve customer experience at the store. Part of the solution is the Retail Interaction Manager, a product designed for tablet devices reducing training costs. […]

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Opinion

Oren Agassy of Amdocs Innovations introduces Social Media Gateway

Oren Agassy, leader of Incubations and part of the Innovation team at Amdocs looks at Social Media from a service provider perspective. The Social Media Gateway provides a vital link between the Social world and the Telco world by connecting the social identity to the customer identity. This creates a new channel of information which […]

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News

eBuddy – mjelly mobile 2.0 service of the week

Hi its James from mjelly here at Mobile Industry Review with another “Mobile 2.0 Service of the Week”.  This time we’re going to take a look at ebuddy – which might be the next big European startup success story to follow in the footsteps of Skype and Last.fm.  I spoke with the CEO Jan-Joost Rueb earlier this week […]

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News

Dabr – mjelly mobile 2.0 service of the week

Happy New Year! It’s James from mjelly here with the first “Mobile 2.0 Service of the Week” of 2009.  If 2008 was “The Year of Mobile” then 2009 is “The Year of Mobile 2.0” and we’ll be tracking it all here at Mobile Industry Review. To start the year with a bang this week’s featured mobile […]

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News

Cellufun – mjelly mobile 2.0 service of the week

Cellufun – mjelly mobile 2.0 service of the week Hi its James from mjelly.com here at Mobile Industry Review with another “Mobile 2.0 Service of the Week”. This week we’re going to take a look at Cellufun – one of the emerging mobile games 2.0 superstars. As usual we’ve managed to get hold of some […]

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News

Trutap – mjelly mobile 2.0 service of the week

Hello – it’s James from mjelly.com touching down here at Mobile Industry Review. Trutap is a mobile startup that’s been in the headlines quite a bit lately and it’s this week’s “Mobile 2.0 Service of the Week”. What is it Trutap is a mobile application that does four main things. Firstly, it aggregates all the […]

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News

Myxer – mjelly mobile 2.0 service of the week

Greetings, James from mjelly.com here –  its Friday and that means another “Mobile 2.0 Service of the Week” – our regular run-down of the most upfront mobile sites, apps and software.  This week we’re going to be covering one of the biggest mobile media sharing communities out there – Myxer.com.  Again, like a lot of […]

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News

mjelly Service of the week – mippin.com

After a week’s hiatus (I was lucky enough to be relaxing on the beaches of South Goa) it’s James from blog at http://mippin.com/mjelly. Mippin make it really easy to do this – you can effectively create a mobile site out of your RSS feed in a few minutes. Mippin also recently launched some nice social […]

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News

NokiaChristmasPartyWatch: No new news from loose lips

Unfortunately we’re the bringer of bad tidings, no new intel or info was really obtained on the night. Apart from besides Nokia being a former wood pulp miller, they also used to make Wellington boots. Despite our feverish attempts at cajoling information out of various astute well training and affluent members of the Nokia team, […]

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News

Normal service resumes at some point

I arrived back at MIR Towers to find the internet connection down and the phone line dead. Joy. I don’t think I will be able to upload anything for a little while — definitely not the usual 1 or 2 gig of video data I was planning. So standby. Future of Mobile footage coming soon!