Looking through the stats this morning for the University of Exeter websites, and something about the mobile usage caught my eye. Looks like Smartphones were the present of choice this Christmas!
Well it’s been a busy week for mobile. Google has finally released it’s much talked about phone, the Nexus One, together with much hype, a fair bit of criticism and the odd court case – odd being the operant word, perhaps opportunistic might be closer to the truth. Meanwhile over at the Consumer Electronic Show […]
Not been to Japan recently? Then you’ve probably not come across QR Codes … Quick Response Codes, to give them their full name, are a sort of advanced bar code, but instead of a series of vertical bars like traditional bar codes they are actually composed of black and white blocks in a square shape. […]
So far the tablet PC has not been popular. However, the tablet PC of the future will likely run it’s software ‘in the cloud’ meaning that all the complicated processing is performed on a computer sitting in a data centre rather than directly on the tablet PC. With the trend towards touch control interfaces continuing […]
Just a short post about the audio side of micro blogging. AudioBoo has taken off rather dramatically offering an instant form of audio blog linked with photos and GPS information. Stephen Fry was an early adopter of this technology, with the aid of an iPhone app making the audio microblog simple to combine with Twitter […]
As the popularity of mobile computing dramatically increases in the phone space, there is the distinct possibility that smart phones become the next main computing platform. You would have the ability to slot your mobile into a desktop docking station (possibly inside the display), similarly you would be able to slot your mobile into a […]