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.
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)
Let’s not bother with the fact that Blackberry was a little late to the party, having not given the concept of an online applications store a moment of attention until Steve Jobs unveiled a the half billion dollar iTunes App Store economy almost overnight. No. Let’s embrace the fact that Blackberry has turned up to […]
You can pre-order a Nokia N97 this morning at Expansys. Granted, they don’t even have a rough cost yet, but you can sign-up now to be notified the moment they can sell you one. I reckon it’ll be, what, 700 quid plus initially? The 6 month wait is really, really annoying. That’ll fly by though…
I was at Lakeside Shopping Centre buying yet another Mac Pro the other day (there simply isn’t anything better for processing video than a top of the range Mac — although buy your RAM and HDD elsewhere!). Whilst I was waiting for them to stick in a wireless card, I took a tour around the […]