Is nothing sacred anymore? I just finished reading an article that said advertising to our cell phones is inevitable. I will agree with the article, that advertising on mobile phones has an enormous …03.10.08
If you've never used Twitter before, you might wonder why everyone likes it so much. Here's perhaps the most coherent, simplest explanation I've seen so far:
I suppose if you don't …02.12.08
February is the time of the year for us to spread the love. For others, it's opportune time to send mushy and corny text messages. But do you know this is also the most popular texting holiday of…12.29.07
Since we are relying more and more with our mobile phones to do just about everything, our habits reasonably change over time. One trivial activity affected by this convergence is reading time.
Watch out mate for harsher penalties await those Brits using their mobile phones while driving. Either the government is not pleased with its existing policies or the people are simply stubborn enoug…11.26.07
What would a country ought to do if 90% of the students age 14 to 19 have mobile phones, 38% of that send more than 1,000 text messages per month and 44% are texting even during lectures?
A new survey conducted by OTX and eCrush has shed some light about mobile phone preferences and behavior of the teen market (13-17 years old). It also offers a glimpse about the opportunities waiting …07.2.07
I'm not going to post much more about the iPhone, as it's being covered far more by every other mobile site at the moment, however I thought I'd stop by and post this, from Textually, base…06.12.07
Carnival of the Mobilists 77 is now up and ready for reading over at Symbian in Motion.Welcome to the 77th edition of Carnival of the Mobilists! This is the first time that the Carnival has been hoste…06.9.07
A new research from telecom expense management specialist, Aurora Kendrick James, reveals that about �£400 million are spent annually by UK workers talking to friends and family using company mob…