Web Services – OS for life

Reading Time: 1 minute Richard Holway of Ovum and The Holway Report fame sent through the text of his annual presentation to the great and good of the ICT world in aid of the Prince’s Trust technology leadership group. Holway recognised and highlighted the role of consumers in driving technology adoption. Whilst he didn’t break out in Web 2.0 … Read moreWeb Services – OS for life

Mobile Game Shift

Reading Time: 2 minutes , we Microsoft finally woke up to the fact that the net has finally grown into the computer and moved its game (extend, embrace and extinguish the competition). Meanwhile, high school girls from Allgeheny county in Pennsylvania complained about sexist Abercrombie & Finch t-shirts. Though by the looks of it, I have my suspicions that … Read moreMobile Game Shift

Crossing Swords

Reading Time: 3 minutes I’ve contributed an article about Palm’s investment in Europe over at Palm Addicts. In the news this week Palm announced that it was opening a new development centre in Swords County Dublin (you can read about it here at the Palm Addicts blog), what does it mean for European Palm users?What is surprising is that … Read moreCrossing Swords

Interesting Business 2.0 Wireless Report: Mobile Content Goes Mainstream (US media companies wake up to it) live from San Francisco airport

Reading Time: 3 minutes Interesting Business 2.0 Wireless Report: Mobile Content Goes Mainstream (US media companies wake up to it) live from San Francisco airport I found this email newsletter article from Business 2.0 very interesting as a from my Europeam perspective, the ship has already left the pier. For example I promoted Endemol and Channel 4’s Big Brother … Read moreInteresting Business 2.0 Wireless Report: Mobile Content Goes Mainstream (US media companies wake up to it) live from San Francisco airport

Smart Futures

Reading Time: 1 minute AlwaysOn have a number of great webcasts from the AO Innovation Summit 2005 in Stanford. I was particularly interested in the discussions on smart phones. Outtakes: – I loved the description by one of the speakers about changing the names of smartphones to ‘social computers’. Whilst this was true – its a computer that is … Read moreSmart Futures