There's another great Carnival of the Mobilists this week. It's hosted by Martin Wilson at Indigo 102. As always, it's a must read for everyone interested in any area of mobile.
The latest edition includes Tomi Ahonen's annual mobile industry statistics extravaganza plus a couple of items analyzing 2009 handset market share data. If stats aren't your thing there are a variety of thought provoking posts on other areas of the mobile world including a critical look at iPad, discussions of mobile marketing and advertising, Nokia's location strategy, Alcatel's cross platform developer APIs, the future of Windows Mobile and a detailed report from the M-Days conference in Munich.
Contratulations to Carl Redmon who took Post of the Week honors for his plea to the mobile industry to "Return to Basics". Further kudos to Emma Vernon whose "Gen Y Passes Over iPad, Looks Forward" was chosen Best post by a Carnival newcomer. And a big thank you to Martin for including my piece on what the N900 browser portends for the future of the mobile web.
Carnival of the Mobilists #210 is recommended reading for anyone who wants to broaden their mobile knowledge and keep up with the latest trends in the field.