What’s Ahead for the Mobile Web in 2010?

Photo by Optical Illusion. cc Some rights reserved. I expect this year to be an exciting one for mobile browsing and mobile web apps.  Here are my predictions of what 2010 will bring to mobile web sites, services and browsers. There will be major improvements in smartphone mobile browser technology . Mozilla, Opera, Nokia, Skyfire, Google and RIM will compete to deliver a near desktop experience on high end devices. Expect to see better and faster JavaScript engines and increased … 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

2008 Predictions – How Did I Do?

In the great photo above of  New York City’s Times Square by 24gotham,  the fenced off area in the foreground is where workers are preparing the stage for CNN’s coverage of  the New Year’s Eve countdown.   It’s time to look at the 2008 predictions I made last New Years day.  How did I do? 1. Apple will meet their goal of selling 10 million units in the first year. A 3G model will be announced at MacWorld later this … Continue reading