New Mobile Carnival at Indigo 102

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 … Continue reading

Carnival of the Mobilists 209

Photo by =xAv= –  Some rights reserved Welcome to the 209th edition of the Carnival of the Mobilists.  Every Monday the Carnival pops up somewhere on the Web  to showcase the best recent posts on any aspect of the mobile ecosystem. This week it’s WapReview’s turn to host the Carnival and boy have we got some great stuff to share with you. So sit back and enjoy the read. At Always On Real-Time Access, Chetan Sharma analyzes technology that could … Continue reading

Carnival of the Mobilists #195 At Always On Real-Time Access

You can always find the week’s best blog posts on mobile topics at the Carnival of the Mobilists. The latest edition is at mobile industry consultant and author Chetan Sharma’s blog, Always On Real-Time Access. Topics this week include mobile social networking, mobile application development, mobile advertising, inovation in emerging markets, mobile VOIP, a CTIA report and my Bolt browser review (thanks for including it, Chetan). Don’t miss Carnival of the Mobilists #195 At Always On Real-Time Access

Carnival of the Mobilists at About Mobility

The Carnival of the Mobilists has set up shop at C. Enrique Ortiz’ blog, About Mobility this week.  Enrique has selected the best posts from those submitted to create a showcase  of what’s new and exciting in mobile today. This week’s posts cover the gamut of today’s hot mobile topics. There are a couple of posts each on app stores and on mobile’s role in education and individual pieces on HD Voice, Opera Mini 5, the business of mobile music … Continue reading

Carnival Of Mobilists 189 at MSearchGroove

This week the Carnival of the Mobilists is appearing at MSearchGroove where noted mobile industry analyst Peggy Anne Salz is making her first appearance as Carnival head barker. Peggy’s lined this week’s midway with some great attractions, so step right up and to hear the pitches  brimming with mobile intelligence.  The attractions this time are all over the mobile lot with everything from  mobile industry statistics through mobile banking, Nokia‘s current predicament and potential future,  mobile VOIP, mobile’s role in … Continue reading

Carnival of the Mobilists is Live at Golden Swamp

This latest edition Carnival of the Mobilists, themed “The Frog Days of Summer”,  has  been posted by Judy Breck at GoldenSwamp.  If you don’t know of the Carnival, it’s a weekly celebration of the best submitted blog posts on mobile topics.  It’s been around nearly four years and is one of the best ways to keep on top on what’s going on the mobile space quickly and efficiently.  Think of it as a GTD tool for your mobile intelligence gathering. … Continue reading

Carnival Time at Mobilestance.com

This week’s Carnival is hosted by Jamie Wells at mobilestance.com. It includes a some interesting posts  including a couple on how traditional publishers can make money with mobile, one on Orange UK’s new Blyk inspired prepaid offer plus thoughts on web based mobile operating systems,  mobile behavior patterns  and if IMS actually has a future. Congratulations to Steve Smith of min online who won Post of the Week honors for his entry ” Top Five iPhone Revenue Ideas Magazines Should … Continue reading

New Carnival of the Mobilists At Idemode

This week’s 184th edition of the Carnival of the Mobilists is at Idlemode. There are a number of interesting posts spotlighted this time including ones covering mobile advertising, app stores, Palm Pre sales numbers, mobile web widgets, the importance of the operators in selling smartphones, mobiles in medicine and a lively debate on whether local apps or browser based ones will dominate the mobile computing space. Thanks to  Ifan Chou for hosting this Carnival and also for including one of … Continue reading