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The Power of Openness

Nokia's running an ad for its N8 phone at the moment. It shows the N8 on a remote-controlled helicopter and a toy train, playing Snake on a tower block, and controlling a wall of video screens, among other things. The tagline is "What will you do with it?"
Impressive though the ads and the phone may be, I'm not entirely convinced about the "open" credenti... Read more

Posted By Alistair Buxton on 3 November 2010

Nokia Makes Bid to Change Lives with Mobile Payments

Its been a year since Nokia Money was introduced at Nokia World 2009. The service, which works in partnership with Obopay, lets ordinary mobile phone users make payments through SMS messaging. Nokia's target audience is primarily people in rural areas of developing countries that may not have easy access to financial services or even have a bank account.
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Posted By Digantam Gurung on 24 September 2010

Google's Ambitions in the Flight Business Should Worry Rivals

On 1 July Google announced that it intends to buy flight search provider ITA Software for $700 million in cash. ITA is one of the leading providers of flight search information and bookings, competing with Amadeus, Sabre, Expedia and others. It has agreements with a large number of airlines and travel search sites including Fly.com, Kayak and Microsoft's Bing.... Read more

Posted By Martin Garner on 14 July 2010

Disappointing Progress in the Senior Mobile Market

I recently attended a conference focused on mobile phones for the ageing population. I went with high expectations of learning more about a subject that I've developed a keen interest in over the past couple of years.
At Mobile World Congress I was profoundly affected by the challenges facing older users and wrote about my experiences. Perhaps my expectat... Read more

Posted By Ben Wood on 9 July 2010

Does a Phone Name Really Matter?

I'm sure the average buyer walking into a phone shop considers a number of factors when deciding which device to buy. They might like the look of it, or its colour. Perhaps they favour one manufacturer over another. Or maybe there's just an attractive offer with a good price.
But what about the phone's name? I know it might seem mildly irrelevant, but ima... Read more

Posted By Digantam Gurung on 5 May 2010
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