Monthly Archives: July 2007

Three questions you should ask yourself if you’re building mobile devices

Russell Beattie asks Motorola three questions but they can really be extended to any device manufacturer. The questions are:

What’s the platform? Russell writes:

Moto has now launched phones with every conceivable OS there is: Linux, Java, Symbian, Microsoft, and

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The iPhone brand

Wow, what a success. At least the first weekend, the iPhone went for a knockout and succeeded. Up to 700’000 phones is nothing short of amazing especially considering the price. The iPhone has already become and iconic product that …

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Grandcentral aquired by Google

So the rumours were true: Google has aquired VoIP-pioneers Grandcentral.

Just like the company I am in the process of starting up: GlocalReach, Grandcentral is basically an internet based reach management system for voice communication (back in the …

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