Tag: mobile web

There is some really heated debate over the future of the web at the moment. From Sergy Brins latest warning on the rise of facebook and mobile apps, to the continuing battle over whether the cross platform, standards based nature of HTML5 will win out over the seemingly more costly but slick experience of the […]

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 […]

There is a lot of buzz about HTML5 right now. I tend to follow quite a few of the movers and shakers in the tech world who constantly jump ship to the next big thing, forever investing their time and effort in the latest technology. When said technology eventually becomes mature enough to actually use, another new […]

The next few days will hail the arrival of HP’s TouchPad in stores all over the UK. It’s yet another tablet device come iPad wannabe that has been met with a lukewarm reception and average reviews. So, whats new? Well, it’s among the first of HP’s devices running the new webOS. That’s right, it’s not […]

I recently read, and commented on, an article on eConsultancy (Moments in Needless Bi-Polarity: Apps vs the mobile web). However, as I was moderated, I thought that I’d share my thoughts on it here instead. *smile* It seems that this issue, and the misunderstandings surround it, will not go away. I do agree with much […]

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 […]

With the rise of mobile and “The App” there has been much talk of late about the evolution or even the  death of the web. At SXSW this year the conference seemed to be as much about mobile, apps and social gaming as the web.  Provocative session titles such as “HTML5? The web is dead, baby!” […]