As many London Calling readers know, I travel a lot for work. I used to travel within Europe extensively, and have done the London-Sydney-London route more times than I care to remember. Lately, [...]
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According to a report in New Media Age, mobile internet usage has grown by 4% in Europe. According to the Forrester report, some 24% of Europeans regularly access the internet on their mobile [...]
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 [...]
Much has been written on the “Davos Effect”, where the musings at this annual event from senior executives of large companies such as Google and Sony actually become true, [...]
Over at MobHappy which Carlo Longino describes as the “spiritual home” of Carnival of the Mobilists, there is again a wide range of commentary on a range of subjects including… [...]
Since my recent post on USB dongles vs Coffee shop WIFi Will the 3G mobile broadband “dongle” kill the WiFi hotspot market?, I received a number of follow up posts following the post being [...]
The picture on the left (taken late December 2007) shows a more common sight than a few years ago. I have been using WiFi in Starbucks and other coffee shops for nearly 8 years now, and for I [...]
STOP PRESS: Customers with unlimited data plans use more data than those charged up to £4 per megabyte!
We all know that the time leading up to Christmas and New Year is a very slow news period, but many mobile commentators including myself had a quiet chuckle when they read the story on the front [...]
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