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Jonathan Jensen on Thursday – Evernote for all your notes

I used to keep odd notes in Outlook as it meant they were available on both my PC and my BlackBerry. However, using Outlook meant they were only available on one PC and one mobile device; not on my Nokia E51 or my other PCs. A few months ago I started using Evernote as the […]

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Jonathan Jensen on Thursday – Devicescape, creating a seamless WiFi layer

Last week I met up with Dave Fraser and Simon Wynn at Devicescape to talk about their plans for the future. I’ve blogged about Devicescape before – it’s a simple software client that manages WiFi connections for mobile devices across private and public WiFi hotspots. It automates the sign-in process using pre-stored security credentials for […]

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Jonathan Jensen on Thursday – DeFi Mobile launches Global Access

Yesterday I met with Jeff Rice the CEO of DeFi Mobile to discuss the launch of DeFi Global Access. DeFi offers carrier grade VoIP via your mobile handset with flat rate subscription pricing. What really struck me about DeFi is that in a single service it addresses a number of the gaps in existing VoIP […]

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We’re at the new LG handset launch on Thursday night

The KC910 is heading this way very quickly. We’ll be there tomorrow night at the LG blogger launch. In fact we’re doing a lot of the filming for next week’s MIR show there. If you remember at the last LG launch, I was a bit repetitive with the UK Marketing Director about their total lack […]

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Jonathan Jensen on Thursday – The curse of consumerism!

A few days ago my son dropped into the conversation that he’d like the new iPod Touch for his birthday. Great, I thought, as I’d been looking for ideas (although a little pricy!). However last year he had an iPod Classic and already that’s ancient history (although my wife is going to have it, so […]

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Jonathan Jensen on Thursday – My favourite Twitter tools

Last week I wrote about Twitter, why I’m a fan and how I use it. This week I’m going to look at some of the applications I use to improve the Twitter experience and make it easier to use. The Twitter API has generated a vast number of Twitter related applications and these are just […]

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Jonathan Jensen on Thursday – Mobile user feedback

Recently I asked readers for their comments on what they think about the mobile service they receive and what they’d like to change. I received some interesting feedback and would like to thank everyone who responded. There’s no doubt that mobiles have changed peoples’ lives and we all take increased contactability as a fact of […]

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Jonathan Jensen on Thursday – What’s on your mind?

Over the past few months I’ve written about areas and issues that intrigue and sometimes irritate me. This week I’m going to ask you some questions. What is it that you like about the mobile industry and what do you hate? I’ve written about what mobiles mean to me and to Normobs but what do […]