This week the carnival looks at a range of mobile issues from mobile web site performance, top 10 mobile sites, mobile mash-ups from Nokia, mobile payments, QR codes, mobile TV and a piece from [...]
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Blyk hits the big time with 100,000 users – what are they doing right? Relevancy and dialogue play a key part.
I noticed today in the Daily Telegraph and also the Financial Times here in London that Blyk has reached a milestone of 100,000 users five months ahead of schedule. Blyk has an interesting [...]
This week’s instalment of the carnival is bursting with mobile news and views. Head over to skydeck where you can read posts from Sascha Konietzke from funkfeuer, Krisse from All About [...]
The geography of power – how communication has become a global currency and what it means for mobile advertising
I found a fascinating article in a recent edition of Newsweek called Emotional Connections. The article describes an installation at the New York Museum of Modern Art called New York Talk [...]
This year I was not able to attend Oxford University’s Forum Oxford Conference, but the next best thing – having my friend and fellow blogger Martin Sauter write up a comprehensive [...]
Looking through this week’s Economist, my eye was drawn to a full page ad, promoting the naming rights for the Dubai Metro – to be completed in 2009. The print ad directs you to the [...]
Over at mobileljones.com you will find this week’s Carnival of the Mobilists, where you will see a reflection of mobile’s push to data and multimedia in 2008, and how handset companies, [...]
The article in the Times states “Husbands who are not where they are supposed to be could soon be in danger of being “sniffed” out by a mobile phone service that gives suspicious partners [...]