Millions of SMS messages each monthhundreds of thousands of mobile page viewsMobile payments and voucheringworldwide customer base including: Mastercard, ITN, Teletext, SKY CarPhone Warehouse; A UK high street electronics retailer who I can't name yet and many many more.
In the beginning was the InternetThen someone thought let’s allow people to be able to access the Internet on their phonesTechnology issues (amongst other things) led to WAP & WML
http://communities-dominate.blogs.com/brands/2009/03/eric-schmidt-of-google-discusses-future-mobile-communities-etc-with-charlie-rose.htmlI like this quote. It rings a bell with me. I believe technology has the ability to improve the world for the better. Being able to extend that to technology to mobile can improve things further. Yes, there are more important things than technology or mobiles, but they can be used for good.
T. Ahonen – Mobile as 7th of the Mass Media (pg28)
UAProfile <70% devicesWURFL - freeDevice Atlas - $99- $299 / server /yeardetectright - call their API – 100,000/month – else $499/monthVolantis – Java based solutionMobile Aware – Java based solution
ASP.NET mobile controlsMobile Internet Toolkit
Announced at MIX – first released 18th March 2009Will they keep updating in the future or stop like mobile aware controlsCreated for use by Microsoft internally. For their web properties. Based on part on other data sources
Mobile Web 2.0 & MDBF (DDDSW - Grok Talk)
@mrlacey - mrlacey.co.uk
Eagle Eye Technology
“Creative Thinking for Mobile Technologies”
Mobile Web 1.0?
• HTML Sites that didn‟t work
1. The Web as a Platform
2. Harnessing Collective Intelligence
3. Data as the Next “Intel Inside”
4. End of the Software Release Cycle
5. Lightweight Programming Models
6. Above the level of a single device
7. Rich User Experiences