Tag: iPhone

Recently, we have been working with a local college to help answer some of their questions on mobile strategy. As part of this, the college studied the browsing habits of their mobile savvy audience. This included students, would be students, parents of students and other miscellaneous visitors to their website. In addition to this they […]

I was stunned recently when the tech world reacted to the recent iPhone 4S reveal with a kind of lack-lustre ‘oh is that it?’, ‘it’s just a faster iPhone 4’ and ‘it’s not a revolutionary phone in any sense’. Gobsmacked. Now maybe its because the tech world spend so much time studying tech they forget […]

Following on from last weeks post from Kev about how the size of the device really does matter I have found myself considering how I actually use my devices. While I was aware that use of my laptop had changed since I started using an iPhone I was quite surprised to realised that my usage of my iPhone had […]

The rise and rise of the smart phone has made a lot of other devices very nervous. Your smart phone; Android, iPhone, Windows Phone, yes even blackberry, is a Swiss army knife for the digital age. It’s a multi-tool. It can do pretty much everything. And if it can’t, well, there will be “an app for that” […]

A long time ago, when people bought mobile phones to make phone calls and Apps were still a twinkle in Steve Jobs eye, I had a rather clunky Samsung clam-shell with a green and black screen. I was quite pleased with it. Until that is, I saw a Nokia. Nokia phones were everywhere. They were […]

Apps seem to have made the most ordinary of tasks that little bit more enjoyable. Some of the things that I used to do anyway now have a little bit more magic to them. So I thought I’d share some of the Apps that have brought this magic into my life. My current eco system […]

What makes a platform a success? Why does the iPod continue to be so dominant? Why is the iPad the only tablet that has actually seen significant adoption?   As many have done, you could point to Apple’s design ethic and branding, their re-invention and consumer focus, or the fact that their music players have […]