Category: Mobile

2006: All about NFC

From Contactless News, an article by Christophe Duverne, VP of Sales and Marketing for Philips Semiconductors writes: “it (NFC) will change the way consumers use their mobile phones forever, enabling them to do things they never thought possible, like entering…

More NFC goodness

Touch, the blog: Touch is a research project at the Interaction Design department at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design, looking at user-centred applications for Near Field Communication (NFC). The project is led by Timo Arnall.

Mobile Marketing things to watch in 2006

MocoNews points to a really good article by Debra Aho Williamson, senior analyst at eMarketer, called, “Mobile Video: Present and Future.“ From the article: “If I had to make one prediction I would say that’s going to explode, [it’s] mobile…

Near Field payment comes to Atlanta

Cingular announces a trail in Atlanta for near field communications payment for Philips Arena. “During the trial, Atlanta Thrashers and Hawks season ticket holders with Chase-issued Visa credit accounts and Cingular Wireless accounts can make contactless payments at concession stands…

Coke talks about Mobile Marketing

David Murphy, editor of Mobile Marketing Magazine, attended the 2005 MobileMarketing conference in the UK. He pulls a highlight for us: But for my money, the most telling comment of the morning came from Coca-Cola Marketing Manager James Eadie. He…

OM Malik on MVNOs

More news and reviews coming out about MVNOs and in particular the exodus going on at Amp’d. Om Malik has a great extended post that echoes many of my thoughts. 1) The space is crowded: with three announced, ESPN, Amp’d,…

Mobile Marketing from MobHappy

The other Russell has a great article called “Wither Mobile Marketing.” As you can tell, I am moving fast today so just a few quick pull quotes: “Mobile marketing is nowhere near mainstream yet, despite some big brands flirting with…

Russell's 2005 Mobile Christmas

Russell recently bought an xBox, but somehow had time to write a lucid review of mobile developments. Go read the whole thing, but Russell thinks (and i agree) that: There are too many phone models out there 3G is 2.5G…