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Are mobiles killing off our honey bee populations?

Some research in India, quoted in today’s Telegraph points out that mobile phone usage prompted a demonstrable decline in the population of a honey bee hive. Now researchers from Chandigarh’s Punjab University claim they have found the cause which could be the first step in reversing the decline: They have established that radiation from mobile […]

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Applications

Just paid a tenner for The Times iPad app… (updated)

Why did I pay a tenner for The Times iPad app? Well I thought I should try it out and see what it was like. I’ve had a preview of it and it utterly rocked when I saw it. Alas right now all I see when I run the app is a black screen thus. […]

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Touchnote embedded on millions of Sony Ericsson handsets

Embedding — where your application or service is preinstalled by a handset manufacturer or mobile operator — is one of the oft-forgotten tactics to Getting Big Fast in the mobile marketplace. For the lucky few, it really can be a phenomenal opportunity. So, it’s celebrations all round at Touchnote HQ — they’ve done a deal […]

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The Future of Voicemail Video Series – first episode in the can!

This morning I set off early before most of the population of Marlow had risen to get into the Big Smoke (“London”) in time to catch Olivier Sichel, Partner at Sofinnova Ventures, the well-known European wireless and life sciences venture capitalist. Olivier is one of the chaps on my list to feature in my new […]

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Make your own Nokia N8 with the Symbian Wild Ducks project

Well. Almost. Theoretically it is possible to make your own Nokia N8. Or at least you can create your own version of it, with a 15 megapixel camera, instead of a 12. The Symbian Wild Ducks project is all about making a phone using the Symbian 3 platform and off-the-shelf components. The Wild Ducks team […]

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AdROIt: 40% reduction in mobile cost per acquisition

I had a note in the other day from James Lambertini, VP of Global Research and Marketing at InMobi. He was writing to tell me about their new offering, AdROIt: Hi Ewan, How’s things? I hope you’re doing well. Hopefully you saw our welcome note to Apple on joining the mobile advertising market? Steve never […]

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Hello from Helsinki, Finland!

Hello everyone and good morning from Helsinki, Finland. I knew I had landed in Finland because the moment the plane touched down, a cacophony of Nokia text message beeps sounded across the cabin. I’m here with Rafe Blandford, Founder and Editor in Chief of All About Symbian, the biggest Nokia/Symbian-related site on the planet. We […]

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RIM’s BlackBerry Mobile Voice System: Voice over WiFi, PBX, SIP

I put the keywords SIP, PBX and WiFi in the above title to make sure that anyone interested in the subject gets stuck into this release. RIM are getting very serious about supporting voice over WiFi properly. Indeed today’s announcement of Mobile Voice System 5 introduces quite a few stimulating features sure to raise exciting […]

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RIM launches BlackBerry Pearl 3G (with two keyboard options)

So the Pearl 3G hits the marketplace in the Summer of 2010. The Pearl range has been in need of a serious refresh for some time and I’m delighted to see that RIM stepped up and delivered. What’s interesting with the Pearl 3G is that it is supplied with two different types of keyboard (depending […]

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ipadio: How I Used My iPhone To Thwart Barcelona Thieves

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ipadio: 12 Hours of MWC Camera Footage Coming

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ipadio: Thursday Afternoon From The Barcelona Fira

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