In recent times I have been fascinated by the amount of new applications, and hardware, that allows your mobile phone to become augmented in its functionalities. Music has been one of the first areas where this become a reality. With iRig you may turn you iPhone or iPad in a music studio. Just select the […]
When I joined H3G, known with the commercial name of 3, back in 2001 I remember that UMTS mobile phone did not even exist. We started looking at mobile device trends and one thing was quite evident: devices were getting smaller and smaller. Here’s and example of what I was using at the time. Motorola […]
Mobile User Experience Dealing With Big Numbers View more PDF documents from dotdust. This is the speech I gave yesterday at the ExperienceCamp09 in Milan. I had a wonderful time and I wish to thank Luca Mascaro, Nicola Mattina and Stefano Mizzella for being such great hosts. Guys, see you next time!
Since I had the Apple iPhone in my gadgets list I have to say that I have been very impressed by the AppStore. It is definitely a quantum leap in application distribution. In the past we had only a few means to distribute applications on a mobile device: Pre install the application on the mobile […]
I have been a great fan of Second Life for a very long time. A few months ago I almost quitted since it was starting to become boring and quite repetitive. Vollee Inc., a company with offices in the United States and Israel has anounced a Second Life viewer for Symbian enabled mobile phones. This […]
I came through a short, but interesting, post from Simon Judge over at Mobile Phone Development. Simon makes a very good point. When you have a brilliant idea for a mobile service you may find yourself engaging so many partners asking for slices of the pie that makes the whole service not appealing for each […]