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Mobile Social Networks: What’s their future?

I’ll admit it; I’m one of those weird people who click that box that enables websites to send out lots of pointless newsletters. I live in the hope one day they’ll serve a purpose or value – like the Woolworths ones did (once upon a time) – and of course updates on other websites and […]

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MIR iPhone Application update

The MIR iPhone application is cominatcha shortly. Our developer, Pavel, has submitted it to the App Store and we’re waiting to hear when it will go live. I’ll keep you updated…

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Buddycloud’s new Symbian application is out! Get it!

I had a note in from Simon Tennant, one of the top chaps at mobile social services, Buddycloud. They’ve been innovating at a tremendous pace and Simon emailed with this update: – – – – – Ewan, We don’t really do press releases but I wanted to ping you about what have been beavering away […]

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MIR iPhone application is almost ready!

The MIR iPhone application is almost ready. Our developer, Pashik, has been working away. It quite simply gives you an RSS news feed of our site in an easy to consume form. Nothing too shocking for our first app version. The big challenge we’ve got though is designing a decent icon for it. Any ideas? […]

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Multiple clients on Android IM application

For the last four hours I have been trying to get the G1’s IM client to add another account. I’m using my main Mobile Industry Review account on the device — but I have a load of other accounts that I’d like to use — MSN, Yahoo and so on — but I can’t for […]

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Gmail for Mobile goes 2.0

Not too long after the Google Maps for Mobile team announced an update for their My Location feature, the Gmail for mobile team have announced the next big version of the mobile app, version 2.0 Making the jump from 1.5.x to 2.0, a lot of exciting new features have been introduced with this release. On […]

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T-Mobile G1 Android application marketplace – the inaugural list!

When, on the 30th of October, you walk out your local T-Mobile Shop with your brand new G1 Google Android phone, what applications will you be able to download? Well, I’ll tell you. We’ve got the list from T-Mobile: – – – – – Shopping Barcode Scanner v2.1 – Scans and recognises the barcode of […]

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Converting an application from Symbian to Windows Mobile

Daniel caught me the other day. He’s a mobile developer working on some nifty communications services aimed at Ethiopians throughout the world. He’s got some chaps to create a Symbian S40/S60 version of the service he’s aiming to launch — and is wondering how difficult it will be to convert the application to work on […]

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Nokia Beta Labs release Photos 1.5 Beta

The Nokia Photos team at the Nokia Beta labs have just announced the beta release of version 1.5 for the Nokia Photos application for your PC. The application can be used to organize, manage and transfer your personal media between your Nokia device and your PC. They have redesigned the overall visuals of the application […]

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SlingPlayer shows UIQ some love

UIQ users, I bring some happy news. Actually, only if you’ve heard about SlingPlayer will you be able to make sense of the following. We just got information that the SlingPlayer Mobile has now been announced for Symbian UIQ phones. It’s been a while that the folks at Sling Media have toyed with us to […]

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Use your iPhone for home security.

I was just browsing around the internet looking for something to do with the iPhone. I’ll admit, for the most part I wasn’t impressed until I came across Mobiscope. I’m not a security conscious person, and nor am I one to want to set up a webcam with it’s own I.P address so I can […]

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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 […]