For Mobiles

I just discovered that Macworld, the biggest Apple specific print magazine, has a mobile version of their website. Actually there are two mobile versions; one for iPhones, Palm WebOS and Android phones and a different one for everyone else. The “middleweb”/iPhone version has the polished look of a typical iPhone Web App and includes the images and videos from the desktop site. When you follow a deep link from another site with a supported device, the mobile version of … Continue reading

Ars Technica Mobile Edition Launches

Ars Technica which is Latin for “art of technology” is a big tech news site covering computing, science and gaming with breaking news items and in depth articles. The recently launched Ars Technica mobile edition includes most of the full site’s content including its dedicated Apple, Microsoft, Open Source, Gaming, Business and Tech Policy sections.  The only part of the site that isn’t mobilized is the forums which unfortunately is where the comments on articles are. The site’s modest 25 … Continue reading

Fone Arena, The Leading Indian Phone Review Site Is Now Mobile

Fone Arena (not to be confused with U.S. based is India’s biggest mobile hardware review and news site. With a great team of contributing writers around the world it delivers in depth reviews and photos of the latest handsets as well as industry news and rumors. Fone Arena is also the home of the “Mobile Doctor” who answers reader’s questions about phone and network problems and handset features. The mobile version of Fone Arena uses WordPress Mobile Pack Filed … Continue reading

aBrilliantBlog Is Now A Mobile Blog

aBrilliantBlog is Jeb Brilliant’s personal blog on all things mobile. Jeb is a social media and brand image consultant to the mobile industry and also runs a trade show and events production company. At aBrilliantBlog Jeb writes about mobile services, VOIP, social networking and devices, especially Nokias. Jeb uses the Mippin WordPress plugin to create the mobile version of aBrilliantBlog. I’m pleased to see that the Mippin plugin supports thematic consistency – a link to any post on the desktop … Continue reading

Must Read Blog, MSearchGroove Is On the Mobile Web Too

MSearchGroove (MSG), published by well known mobile industry analyst, consultant, author and lecturer Peggy Anne Salz, is one of my favorite sources for the latest news and commentary on mobile search, marketing and advertising. In addition to Peggy, the site’s authors include industry insiders Chetan Sharma, Andrew Grill, Andreas Constantinou and John Puterbaugh among others. This is one site that should be on every mobilist’s reading list. I’m not sure how long MSearchGroove has had a mobile edition. I discovered … Continue reading

IntoMobile On Your Mobile

IntoMobile is one of my favorite mobile news blogs. Will Park and his team do a great job of covering the latest in mobile hardware, software, services and industry news. Their hard work and timely, quality content have made IntoMobile one of the top mobile news sites with over 3.5 million monthly unique visitors according to Google Analytics. Stefan Constantinescu, one of my favorite mobile bloggers, recently rejoined the team after a stint at Nokia Marketing and Corporate Strategy . … Continue reading

Taptu’s Blog Features Content Over Corporate Promotion

Taptu is one of my favorite mobile search engines. I’ve blogged about Taptu‘s mobile search product and it is listed in the Wap Review Mobile Directory’s Web Search section. But did you know that Taptu also has a blog? Unlike so many boring promotional corporate blogs, Taptu’s actually has content of interest to mobile developers, entrepreneurs and enthusiasts. Posts cover a wide range of topics from analysis of industry news like the recent Yahoo, Microsoft search deal, mobile design and … Continue reading

Read Roland Tanglao’s 10 Part N97 Review On Your Phone

Roland Tanglao has been blogging since 1999 and has over 60,000 photos on Flickr. He’s based in Vancouver and is one of the founders of the Drupal hosting service, Bryght. He is now with another startup, CrowdTrust. Roland often blogs about mobile. He recently published an exhaustive “stream of consciousness” 10 part review of the Nokia N97 based on his experiences using a review unit as his main phone for 11 days. Although Roland reports a litany of bugs and … Continue reading