Since the last few months I have seen an increased chatter about how mobile app stores are the next big thing. Last year and before it was the topic of mobile advertising ( claimed a couple of billion dollar industry globally and with CAGR over 30% ) that had caught the fancy. With the deep … Continue reading Mobile App Stores – The next wave – is it ?
Past so many days/months has kept me busy working on many products. We released another mobile application called CMobi ( See My Mobile for short). CMobi allows to share the screen of a mobile inside a PC/Laptop. Folks (such as marketing professionals , mobile support executives, corporate executives, teachers) who would like to present or screencast their mobile … Continue reading CMobi – See My Mobile
Forum Nokia has a launched an enticing program called "Calling All Innovator" and I am planning on giving a serious look to it this time. Thought I will share this with all as I mobile enthusiasts might find it very interesting. Here is about the event from the website. "Forum Nokia, Nokia's global developer programme … Continue reading Calling All Innovator |Forum Nokia
Our latest work that has been keeping me busy for some time now, http://www.iSing.in, a music based social networking platform for Indian audience available both online & mobile. Request a help from readers, please go through the site and help me improve it. It is in early stage alpha , so expect many kinks but … Continue reading iSing – Online & Mobile Social network for Indian Music
2008 has been the year of open source causing serious impact in the mobile industry but I could not imagine Symbian getting open sourced and that is exactly what Nokia has announced to do after acquiring Symbian. This has very long term implications for the mobile industry. One can expect to see business model innovation … Continue reading Best time in Mobile Industry
This was one of the most resonating message delivered by Viren Popli,(head of Star TV, mobile entertainment) as a representative voice of content & media companies in the Mobile VAS 2008 event put together by IAMAI. Now this might sound like a bold, foolish or even cocky message depending on which stable you belong to … Continue reading We are not a VAS company
Verizon becomes open, I think now I will now take Android seriously and look at its SDK. I suspect also half of the skeptic world that did not take it seriously earlier will do now. Inspite of all arguments about how this was different from other reference platforms or earlier efforts it still looked to … Continue reading Android Dreams
We are announcing a day long event called MoDeMo in december to showcase cool things/products/services in mobile in India. We hope to see demo and usage of interesting mobile service/products, hobby and/or commercial projects in the event. This is meant for anyone who have anything related to mobiles to showcase or demonstrate. Register here if … Continue reading Announcing MoDeMO
ZXing - a mobile barcode reader, a google project is publicly out now. I have been tracking barcodes in mobile for quite some time and am going to download ZXing and give it a try. I have always thought that a barcode reader should be open source with sustained support for it, with google getting … Continue reading Critical Next Gen Mobile Service Enabler
First it was Admob and now it is Russ with Mowser (long ago it was Scott Rafer) who is saying that India generates a large number of mobile web requests. This is quite very puzzling to me as it is to many. I have never witnessed use of GPRS/WAP or have not used it myself … Continue reading Mobile Web Requests India ???