Carnival of the Mobilists #140

This week the Carnival is hosted by Judy Breck at GoldenSwamp. In the best blog carnival tradition, Judy has selected and linked to a dozen of the best recent blog posts on mobile topics. There’s always something for everyone at the Carnival and this week is no exception  with posts on topics as varied as mobile SEO, the evolving mobile ecosystem, Twitter, mobile broadband, mobile social networking, the role of mobile phomes in education, the US presidential election and NFC … Continue reading

Carnival Of the Mobilists #136

This week’s Carnival is at Matt Radford’s All About This edition includes posts on MIDs, mobile UX, NFC, the iPhone, the smartphone landscape, mobile web sites, the Olympics, gender differences in handset choice and more. Reading the Carnival every week is a great way to keep up with the latest trends in mobile with a minimum investment of your time. Congratulataions to Ajit Jaokar, whose piece “The Asus Effect” won Post of the Week honors. Visit the Carnival Of … Continue reading

Carnival of the Mobilists at Mippin Blog

Scot at the Mippin Blog has posted this week’s Carnival (mobile version). As always, it’s full of tasty posts on everything mobile. Post of the week honors go to krisse at All About Symbian for his great piece on how the capabilities of low end phones are the real indicator of how far mobile technology has advanced. Plenty of other good posts in this Carnival, which again lives up to it’s billing as “the week’s best writing on mobile”.


The Carnival ot the Mobilists that is. This week the famous traveling showcase of mobile themed blog posts is at the mjelly mobile internet blog. James at mjelly has picked a dozen and one items to highlight as the week’s best writing on mobile. Lots of good stuff this time including pieces on what’s up with Symbian and Openwave, both of which have new owners and new directions, a look at Vodafone’s future under a new CEO, posts on Nokia’s … Continue reading

Carnival of the Mobilists is Here

Those horns are actually part of the Scoppio del Carro (“Explosion of the Cart”) Easter procession in Florence but here they herald the arrival of the 127th Carnival of the Mobilists. This carnival happens every Monday somewhere on the web and is a celebration of the best writing on mobile technology. I’m honored to be hosting it again here at WapReview. There were a lot of great entries this week, I’ve tried to pick the best of the best for … Continue reading

New Mobile Carnival

This week the Carnival of the Mobilists is at Tarek Ghazali’s Symbiano-Tek. On his 19th birthday, Tarek brings us 17 outstanding posts on mobile gathered from around the web. Visiting the Carnival of the Mobilists every week is one of the best ways to keep up with trends in the mobile world and this week is no exception. There are posts on mobile search, the next iPhone, games in education, web to mobile transcoding, mobile advertising, Linux on mobiles, creating … Continue reading

New Carnival of the Mobilists

The Carnival of the Mobilists is a weekly blog carnival featuring the best recent posts on mobile topics.  Published every Monday, the Carnival is one of the best ways to keep up with whats happening in the mobile world. This week’s edition is hosted by Xen Mendelsohn at Xellular Identity.  She’s selected 16 really great posts for her Carnival.  There are pieces on mobile Flash, marketing, education, forums, patents, legislation, statistics, hardware and quite a bit more. Congradulations to Tomi … Continue reading