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Archive of posts published in the tag: 2009

Personal reflections on mobile 2000-2009 and welcome to 2010 and the new decade

With my first blog post of 2010 I would like to wish you and yours a happy, healthy and prosperous 2010. And with the new year and the new decade, I reflect on the previous decade and my involvement with mobile; writing this…

Near-Field (Proximity) Communication in late 2009

It almost is the end of 2009. And where does near-field proximity communication-based applications stand? From mobile marketing, to customer loyalty, payments and authentication, to information exchange, transportation and health-care. Well, it still stands very far from its full potential. Due to its…

Call for Submissions – VentureBeat Announces the “It’s the application, stupid!” Competition For Outstanding Mobile Apps

VentureBeat is looking to recognize Mobile innovation at the second annual MobileBeat Top Startup Competition. Last year the awards went to firms such as AdMob and Loopt. This year the competition shifts to mobile applications and services, with 50 finalists to be determined…

Top 5 smartphones and MNOs – Q1 2009 (USA)

Via @hametner, a couple of handset and Mobile Network Operators (MNO) metrics of interest (USA). Top 5 U.S. smartphones sold in Q1 2009 BlackBerry Curve Apple iPhone 3G BlackBerry Storm BlackBerry Pearl T-Mobile G1 Note that 3 out of 5 are BlackBerry handsets,…

Meet at Mobile World Congress 2009

For those attending Mobile World Congress 2009: I would love to meet my (virtual) friends, followers and people who I follow, From work perspective, if your company has or will have “end-to-end digital management” needs anywhere in the world from activation to support…

Mobile Apps in 2009: Local/Native, Mobile Web, App Stores

Happy 2009 New Year to all my readers. My first post of the year is about mobile applications: local/native vs. web, and app-stores. App-stores have been shifting the balance on application development and distribution (back) towards local/native applications. I don’t mean to undermine…

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