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Heysan – mjelly Mobile 2.0 Service of the Week

Happy Friday! James here from mjelly.com with another Mobile 2.0 Service of the Week – this time we are going to look at HeySan – which hardly anyone knows about in the mobile industry but is getting pretty big and can teach us a lot about how to build a mobile web service with massive […]

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Youth: Text in Knife Crime Concerns

So I’m back to school this week; and during my free lessons, I often find myself aimlessly wandering around. I probably shouldn’t be, as I have mountains of work to do, but it’s certainly more fun. But it turns out my aimless journeys around my over-crowded school can come in handy… And I came across […]

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Nimbuzz – mjelly Mobile 2.0 Service of the week

James from mjelly here – what an exciting week it’s been with elections in the US, a massive interest rate cut in the UK and the mobile 2.0 conference going on in San Fransisco.  To end the week on a high we’ve got another Mobile 2.0 service for you here at Mobile Industry Review.  This […]

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Mocospace – mjelly Mobile 2.0 Service of the Week

Hi it’s James from mjelly.com, welcome to another “Mobile 2.0 Service of the Week” here at Mobile Industry Review.  So far we’ve looked at three different mobile 2.0 sites or applications Taptu, Peperonity.com and Mig33 – this week its the turn of the mobile social network Mocospace. What is it? Mocospace is a mobile social […]

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Mig 33 – Mobile 2.0 Service of the Week from the mjelly directory

This is James from mjelly touching down here at Mobile Industry Review for another “Mobile 2.0 Service of the Week”.  So far we’ve looked a two mobile web services – the mobile community Peperonity and the mobile search service Tatpu.  This week we are moving to APPLICATIONS with a look at Mig 33. What is […]

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SpinVox negated by London Digger; Service rendered Class F

But they’re back. Some enterprising arse with a JCB Digger cut through some major fibre optics in London yesterday afternoon, killing most (if not all) of their UK/European SpinVox inbound telecommunications facilities. Bit of an arse, eh? Especially if you’re a billion dollar communications company. I’m not sure who their telecoms supplier is — but […]

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Why pay for premium wall-papers, when I get them for free?

Is just the question I’m asking! You see, the other day I was sitting in the School Library working hard on a piece of History work, when a class came in and began working on the available computers. The class was a mixture of boys and girls who were thirteen/fourteen years young. A group of […]

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Ready To SMS launches Australian online text marketing service

A note arrived in from reader David Bleja, to tell us about the new service he’s working on. If you’re in Australia (and we do have a big Australian contingent reading) do talk to David. – – – — I am the web designer for www.readytosms.com.au. We have launched our website recently, and thought you […]

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Excellent service from Ollie at Vodafone

This is Ollie completing the setup of my Vodafone Netbook. He popped up Mobile Industry Review on it to show me the 3G+ data speed working. Whilst we were setting it up, Ollie upsold two ladies who came in as well – I think they might buy as I left the shop. I got it […]

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LloydsTSB’s shit hot mobile banking service

I’ve been playing with LloydsTSB‘s wickedly good mobile banking service. On a Samsung handset, no less. The just released it today so if you’re a LloydsTSB customer, you’ll be able to keep track of your bank account and transfer money between accounts using their dedicated mobile application. I’ll have more details and some screenshots shortly. […]

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MusicStation: Music downloading that works for mobiles!

When Ewan informed me of a music downloading service for £1.99 a week, that was actually good, I honestly thought he was pulling my leg. It was either that, or the service was seriously flawed. I was wrong. MusicStation is quite simply, pretty amazing. What I thought really couldn’t work, or ever be good (especially […]

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Another Olympic iPhone service

It’s only two weeks to go until I disappear off to France for a few days. As the closing weekend of the Olympics hit I’ll be staring at the TV screen in a villa near Nantes, often shouting and pleading with the British athletes to win. I’ll probably also get dumped for ignoring my fiancee. […]