Changing consumer behavior with mobile broadband and strategy by mobile operators?

Mybroadband reports on how the ratio of mobile broadband in the UK has exceeded that of even Wifi: “Point Topic’s recent survey of mobile broadband users shows that the UK mobile phone companies have managed to grow their market share to 47% of users accessing the internet away from home or work. This compares to…

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Are you Plurk-ing crazy? I would never use that!

Plurk seems to be all the rage in the social media space of late. While Stii’s reaction was positive initially, mine was negative as I hate the clutter of the timeline. Though a few days later, I can say without a doubt it has advantages over Twitter and I am willing to put up with…

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Technology for change

The blogosphere has been up in arms over the recent xenophobia attacks. It is extremely sad and depressing to see our country in a state like this. We can debate and debate but all that will matter is action. We have to ask ourselves how can we use technology to make a difference? Stii suggested…

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The great data-portability gold rush

The social networking space is reminiscent of a gold rush right now. Facebook, MySpace and Google all want to stake their claim in the ground. They claim they are “open” and they allow you to port your data, but they are still clutching at our identities. So, we have to ask: Is it enough? Is…

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