Tag Archives: Mobile Internet

The mobile web experience needs fundamental rethinking

Michael Mace reports that mobile applications, or the development of software that runs on specific mobile platforms is dead. Michael Mace is an expert from the industry so he probably knows what he is talking about.  He writes: We told … Continue reading

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Solving the mobile equation (yet again)

The past few days I have watched a lot of people writing about Mobile Internet.  Not surprising as one of the most important mobile conferences is taking place in Barcelona right now and a lot of companies are using that … Continue reading

Posted in Apple, Google, iPhone, Microsoft, Mobile Internet, Mobile World Congress, OneConnect, Vodafone, Yahoo | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

We need a revolution in Mobile UI thinking

A few days ago I was fiddling around with my mobile phone (a Nokia N95) and it occurred to me (yet again) that the current mobile phone user interface just doesn’t work for me. Yes, the screens have become much … Continue reading

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Who will free the iPhone customer?

What is the deal with Steve Jobs, who is protecting his iPhone from being used the way users really like it, their own way? Apple not only launches it exclusively with certain partners, telling all you morons that don’t happen … Continue reading

Posted in Android Mobile OS, Apple, freedom, Google, iPhone, Mobile Internet, Steve Jobs | Tagged , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Interview with German Public Radio on Google Android announcements

Yesterday I was contacted by Marcus Schuler from the ARD, German Public Radio. They were going to broadcast a technology item about the recent Google Android announcements on a show called DeutschlandFunk, Computers und Kommunikation. Marcus had found my weblog … Continue reading

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Posted in Android Mobile OS, DeutschlandFunk, Google, Mobile Internet, Om Malik, Radio interview | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Who is going to add value to my remote control of life?

Today is another day after, this time the day after Google announced its Android Mobile OS initiative. Incredible amounts of posts have already been written about it, many of them talking about the breaking news, a lot of them analysing … Continue reading

Posted in Android Mobile OS, Google, Location Based Services, mass adoption, Mobile Internet, Nokia N95, personal, remote control of life, Shozu, UI Design | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Solving the Mobile Internet equation

There is a lot of talk going on about mobile services. Especially Location Based Services (LBS) get a lot of attention. A few posts that drew my attention: Om Malik wrote a short overview article of the deals that have … Continue reading

Posted in Google, interaction, Jaiku, Location Based Services, Mobile Internet, privacy, SMS, Walter Mossberg | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Sending my mobile pictures to the Internet is easy (yeah right!)

I have always considered myself reasonably capable of trying out new technologies. I usually can set up devices without reading the manuals (not cool, right?), have a reasonable intuition to follow the manufacturers weird UI thinking in getting things working. … Continue reading

Posted in Facebook, Flickr, Mobile Internet, Nokia N95, Shozu, UI Design | Tagged , , , , , , | 5 Comments

Social Networks from the service creators point of view

There was a panel discussion organised at Picnic 2007. With Jyri Enstrom of Jaiku, Matt Biddulph of Dopplr, Felix Petersen of Plazes, Biz Stone of Twitter, and Raymond Spanjar of Hyves as panel members I was waiting for an interesting … Continue reading

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Ad supported mobile phones will never work!

Just saw an announcement that MySpace will launch an ad supported mobile phone here and here. Other initiatives are rising from Fox (Foxsport), Photobucket etc. Forget about it. I personally don’t think it will work anytime soon. Why? Because the … Continue reading

Posted in Mobile, mobile advertisement, Mobile Internet, myspace, on-line advertisement | Tagged , , , , | 11 Comments