Business Observations: September 25, 2008 Edition
Standard disclaimer: don’t take from my selections, ordering, headlines, etc. any indications of the interests or plans of my employer (if you do, you’ll undoubtedly be disappointed when they don’t play out.)
This list is getting really long, and I can’t see enough space in my schedule over the next several days to get around to commenting on it, so I’m just going to let the list speak for itself. Lots of great observations in here – check it out!
- Financial market turmoil – impact on telecoms
- If It Walks Like A Telco and Talks Like A Telco…
- Read them and weep – mobile data revenues in 2008 will pass 200 B dollars incl SMS, says Informa
- Skype official calls out carriers on “open” networks
- Is the MID a market?
- We Need Platform Plays That Don’t Wobble
- Nokia launches Nokia Media Network for mobile advertising
- Mobile broadband and notebooks – a challenge to operators’ auditors?
- 500MB mobile data a month without rich media
- Closed is the New Open: From Vending Machines to Marketplaces
- Analysts predict 4% Q4 marketshare for Android
- Technology is only great when you know how to use it
- Exploiting mobile Web 2.0
- The Effects of Mobility on Social Science Research Methods 10 Years From Now
- Embedded Broadband on the Verge
- Mobile users spur better business apps, RIM CTO says
- Verizon Wireless could be going contract-free
- Economic crunch spurs cord cutting
- On the Hot Seat with Verizon’s Anthony Lewis
- “WiMax will be a niche technology and solid business proposition for certain fixed and limited mobility wireless broadband applications.”
- Verizon Wireless goes contract free; how hard will swapping multiple handsets be?
- Will the Google Phone Give T-Mobile USA a Boost?
- The Real Reason Wireless Broadband Costs More, for Less
- Apple blocks MailWrangler application for no good reason
- Wireless Companies Struggling with Data Demand
- T-Mobile’s Dream Is a Distraction
- A Managed Services Primer
- Mobile Operators revenues undented by credit crunch
- The Rise of the Superphone
- From this week’s Carnival of the Mobilists:
- How Many App Stores Does The World Need?
- The Happy Medium: Building a Smartphone App Store that Works
- Revisiting iPhone’s Browsing Market Share
- Can Carriers/Mobile Network Operators execute Long Tail / Web 2.0 applications?
- Capuchin: Sony Ericsson strikes back in the Application Environment…is it a strike? What does it mean for the development platforms fragmentation?
- Apple Shuts Off Loophole For Podcaster App Developer; He Switches Over To Android
- Why we hate our American cell carriers so much
- G1, the Open Mobile Movement, and Consequences of Unlimited Virtual Shelf Space Choice
- Android making the jump to general consumer electronics in 2009?
- Why lack of cellphone polling is creating bias in US Presidential polls
- Cool is in your interactions, not in the phone you carry
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