Category Archives: Mobile Life

Facebook going for global domination?

 Interesting post from Alec Saunders.. Is this a new trend? A twit no more. Disconnected from the hive: Yesterday, drowning in a sea of updates, I disconnected from the Twitter hive.  Its constant stream of free-form presence updates has undeniable appeal, … Continue reading

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Modern Mobile Magic

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Nokia N95 Interactive Busstop Ad

Thanks to the fabulous Fresh Creation

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Everything you always wanted to know about Mobile

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ThinkMobile Network events

Currently I am in the process of organising a new open network event in Amsterdam The Netherlands. I am planning to host it once a month. Very informal style. With one or two speakers per event. The ambition of these … Continue reading

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ShopText: Did you see this coming?

(via PSFK) The New York Times recently reported on a company called ShopText that is enabling users to purchase products instantly through their mobile phone and charge it to their credit card.  The NYT writes: To use the system, a … Continue reading

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Mobile Gaming..beyond..

  Great PDF on Mobile Gaming…

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FRING: VoIP and IM

Just installed Fring. Works like a charm. Really nice interface and a great site. I added my GTalk and MSN account. It works with Skype and SIP services aswell. So now able to keep my twitter posts coming via GTalk … Continue reading

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What about speech recognition and TTS

Slowly we see services getting mature in the area of speech recognition and TTS(Text To Speech). Will these “translators” become the bridge between the virtual world of the web and our physical world. Will the “translator” create an AI. Will … Continue reading

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