Monthly Archives March 2009

Help us J.R. Ewing, you’re our only hope!

The Star Wars intro remixed with the Dallas credits? Genius! Read More…

‘What will be the most widely adopted Enterprise Mobile Device in 2009?’

Over on LinkedIn there’s a Poll asking the question ‘What will be the widestly adopted Enterprise Mobile Device in 2009?’. Although not that scientific (there’s no accounting for whether the respondents are actually in a position to influence the matter) it does pose some interesting questions, for example is the iPhone ready for widespread enterprise adoption? Read More…

If I was Google…

Google is chasing the enterprise business that microsoft currently dominates. What would I do if I were them to get that my foot in the door? Read More…

More PhotoSynth Goodness, this time on iPhone

I’m a bit of a PhotoSynth fan, I think it’s a fantastic technology. The iPhone has always seemed like an obvious candidate for a viewer, the touch interface seems ideal for it. Sarah over on on10.net spotted this, and I thought I’d pass it on… A PhotoSynth viewer for the iPhone! Read More…

TED, iPhones, app stores and Xbox

Are Microsoft missing a trick by not extending the Community Games in XBox Live into a full iPhone style App Store? Would applications for YouTube, iPlayer, TED and others be something the would pull in users and keep them on the Platform? Read More…