10 years ago when your phone buzzed it could only mean one thing - a text message. At a conference in London yesterday I heard the stat that Millennial’s scroll the equivalent of 90 metres on [...]
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Interesting report just out from Ovum which predicts that global telecom operators are expected to have lost $US23 billion ($22.58b) in SMS revenues by the end of 2012 as smartphone users shift [...]
I saw this sign affixed to a traffic light in Gloucester Road in West London this morning. What a great use of SMS to report traffic light faults. Click the photo below for a better view. The [...]
A few weeks ago I read about the new Yahoo! location initiative called Fire Eagle. Being a former practitioner in the Location industry, I rushed to the site, only to find I needed an [...]
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 [...]
National Australia Bank to offer SMS password protection. By Rachel Lebihan – Australian Financial Review – March 11 2005 The National Australia Bank will be the first Australian bank [...]