The super-talented Tim Green, editor of Mobile Entertainment Magazine, demonstrates his credentials on the floor. Nice moves Tim:
Want a phone in your watch? Of course you do. Here’s what the LG Touchscreen Watchphone looks like: Gorgeous. The handset goes on sale next week (27th August) in the Orange store by Bond Street Station in central London. It’ll set you back 500 quid. You can buy only one each. Expect them to fly […]
I didn’t bother signing up for Wakoopa when I heard about it a while ago. I thought it was a cool concept — track the desktop applications you’re using (along with ‘web applications’) and then publish the data to let you track what your friends are using.
People I know from London keep asking me, “Are you in San Francisco?” and, people from San Francisco keep asking if I’m in London. The where-are-you question is very, very relevant in the context of business so I’ve been trying to solve that with the use of a Where Am I function on my personal site, Ewan.net . I was previously using BlogLoc for this function… but it was getting a little bit annoying having to manually update every time I remembered.
Would you like to see thousands of people singing ‘Hey Jude’ together in London’s Trafalgar Square? Yes? Good
I just published Vodafone’s news regarding their ‘app store’ initiative — and I’m already getting questions and reaction in from developers. Here are some quotes right off the press from some mobile developers.
It’s that time again. I am off to visit a Vodafone store to find out what’s going on with my five lines. I’m going to change around some of the price plans and decommission the lines I don’t need
I’ve had a few people ask me why I’ve kept Mobile Developer TV with the default run-of-the-mill Wordpress theme at the moment. The answer is simple — I’m still working out the design
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If you were reading my Twitter feed earlier this afternoon, you’d have caught my update from outside the Verizon Wireless Store in Palo Alto. Here’s a pic: I was Palo Alto for a few meetings, one with a mobile titan (ID not public alas)
I’ve just come back from a brilliant event produced by AdMob .