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MIR Show goes to Rome and finds locals using N73s

We’re still getting to grips with this international-bloggers-of-mystery concept here at the Mobile Industry Review Show. Instead of bringing you updates, perspective and on-the-road tests from somewhere in London, we decided to take the MIR Show on the road. The first stop, of course, was Rome. We flew out on the 730am British Airways flight […]

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MIR Show goes to Rome this Saturday

On the last Saturday of every month, we’re taking the Mobile Industry Review Show to a different city across Europe. Starting this Saturday with Rome, Italy. The model for each destination on the MIR Show schedule is simple: 1. We’re taking the crew — that is Dan Lane, Ben Smith and James Whatley — to […]

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Nokia 5800 ‘The Tube’ Launch Event

As promised, James and I braved the rain on Friday to attend the launch event for Nokia’s first Symbian touch-driven device, the Nokia 5800 Xpressmusic – also often still known by its pre-launch name ‘The Tube’.  Available exclusively via Nokia’s two flagship stores in London’s Regent Street and Heathrow Terminal 5 plus the Nokia online […]

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Will Jonathan Ross crash Twitter? Update: No

Standby for the Fail Whale. But in a good way. Either Twitter has some ahhh-bsolutely brilliant public relations chaps working their magic here in the UK; or the platform is really beginning to hit critical mass. Newspapers and their respective websites are alive with Twitter introductions. Half the BBC news reporters are on Twitter during […]

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Vote for the companies you’d like us to interview at MWC

We’re offering you something a bit different here for Mobile World Congress. As you may know, around this time, our inboxes start filling up with hundreds of pitches and event/interview invitations from public relations and marketing people eager to in front of you. Usually these pitches are lost on you, dear reader. Because they never […]

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Stop selling Ringtones and start selling Frequency Data

At Every Single One Of Us, Dominic Travers gave a rather insightful presentation for a few minutes on the subject of ‘Frequency’ and it’s value to you, me and the wider world. It really caught my attention and I asked Dominic to convert his thoughts into words. Here’s part one… – – – – – […]

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MIR Show – jMac takeover – Dan Rosen of AKQA Mobile

It’s time for the fifth and final episode of Jonathan MacDonald‘s MIR Show takeover. In the series, produced jointly with Jonathan’s Every Single One Of Us movement, he has has been discussing the mobile advertising landscape with some of the industry’s luminaries. Today he’s talking with Dan Rosen, head of AKQA Mobile — who have […]

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MIR Show – jMac takeover – Dusan Hamlin of InsideMobile

It’s time for the fourth episode in the Jonathan MacDonald series here on Mobile Industry Review. Today Jonathan interviews Dusan Hamlin of Inside Mobile. Dusan has been around the block when it comes to mobile marketing and advertising — so the conversation is pretty wide-ranging across the mobile marketing sphere. If you’re any way associated […]

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Looking towards Mobile World Congress ’09

In nearly a month from now, Mobile World Congress will be over, done and dusted, put to bed, an ex-event, acabado – finished. What are we expecting to see, what are we likely to experience, what will astound us and what will we all be talking about five weeks from now? From what we’ve already […]

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ZumoDrive is going to change EVERYTHING

That Michael Arrington! The man, I’m told, is a machine. A veritable machine. And it’s delivered yet again — in the form of ZumoDrive. Michael introduced them this afternoon in his TechCrunch post. Here’s some of what he had to say: Newcomer Zumodrive, from Y Combinator startup Zecter, enters this space with an interesting twist. […]

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