New Carnival of the Mobilists at mTrends

Just posted at mTrends , the latest Carnival of the Mobilists is now available for your enlightenment and enjoyment.  Host Rudy De Waele has highlighted 16 of the week’s best posts on mobile topics by bloggers from around the world. Topics include app stores, the impact of mobiles in education and social change, widgets, advertising, mobile statistics, Bluetooth marketing, feature phones vs. smartpones, Intel and Nokia’s new alliance and the launch of two new services promoting networking between mobile entrepreneurs. … Continue reading

New Carnival of the Mobilists

This week’s edition, the 172nd, of the weekly showcase of the best blog posts on mobile topics is at There’s something for everyone at the Carnival with posts ranging the gamut from the iPhone to Android, Symbian, Limo, App Stores, mobile bar codes, marketing, mobile advertising, privacy, the decline of Motorola, design, mobile SEO and submitting your site to search engines and a great wrap up of world wide mobile data statistics and revenue numbers. A big thank you … Continue reading

Carnival of the Mobilists #165

This week’s Carnival is hosted by Vanessa Measoma  at VisionMobile.  In typical blog carnival style it highlights and links to the best recent blog posts on mobile topics from around the web. Lot’s of talk in this Carnival about App Stores but other aspects of mobility are not neglected.  There are pieces on mobile design, network technologies, mobile startup strategies for dealing with network operators and Google’s latest rollouts; Google Voice and “behavioural” search targeting. Congradulations to Ajit Jaokar for … Continue reading

New Carnival of the Mobilists

This week’s edition of the best blog carnival and the only one dedicated to mobile topics is at the Mobile Broadband Blog.  Starting off with a photo of a different kind of Carnival, Quebec City’s Winter Carnival, first time host Ram Krishnan has put together a great collection of the best recent mobile related blog posts. I especially enjoyed Ofir Leitner’s “Top 8 rules for mobile entrepreneurs & application developers” which deservedly took Post of the Week honors and also … Continue reading

New Mobile Carnival

Over at VoIP Survivor, Tsahi Levent-Levi has just posted “The Carnival is Back in Town (Carnival of the Mobilists #158)“. The latest Carnival is full of great posts on the mobile experience and ecosystem.  Regardless of which areas of mobile interest you; hardware, software, marketing, corporate strategy, user experience, development or security;  I think you will find something of value in this Carnival. Thank you, Tsahi for including my “Transcoders and HTTPS” piece. There is also a great post by … Continue reading

Carnival of the Mobilists 157 at mjelly

James Cooper at mjelly has just posted the latest Carnival of the Mobilists.  Illustrated with some nice Carnival photos,  it features 21 great posts on mobile topics. The recession seems to have gotten a lot of the mobilists thinking about business models, marketing and advertising as they relate to mobile. This Carnival is loaded with posts on these bread and butter topics.  Not that it’s dominated by economic issues,  there are plenty of pieces on other aspects of the mobile … Continue reading

Carnival of the Mobilists 156

Photo: Somerset : Voodoo : Carnival by Wurz Some Rights Reserved It’s Carnival Time! Welcome to the 156th edition of the Carnival of the Mobilists. But first, a special offer for Carnival readers.  Last month I wrote about delivr, a new way to share and promote many types of web content to both PCs and mobiles.  It’s a powerful combination of social bookmarking, micro-blogging, a short URL service and 2D barcodes and its free.  delivr registration is  normally by invitation only (although … Continue reading

Carnival of the Mobilists #155

Photo: Carnival Mandala by Carf Some Rights Reserved I’ve missed the Carnival of the Mobilists during its annual holiday break the last few weeks. This week it’s back with bells on, hosted by Helen Keegan on her blog, Musings of a mobile marketer. This, the first Carnival of the new year, contains a number of  posts looking back at 2008 and offering predictions for 2009’s mobile future.  There are also pieces on mobile marketing, development, business, hardware and software. A … Continue reading