Archive for November, 2006

WorldSIM Targets British Muslims For Low Cost Mobile Calls

WorldSIm are hoping low-cost mobile calls will tempt the British Muslims who are travelling to Saudi Arabia for the Hajj.

Interview With Barry Hitchens About Game On (Podcast)

While we had the talent around us, we thought we’d speak to Barry. What he doesn’t know about video games isn’t worth knowing.

Excitement Building For UK Wii Launch

The Nintendo Wii with its gesture-based hand controllers is getting quite a few people excited. Counts us in on that.

AutoRama Makes Panoramic Phone Photos Easy

Shoot panoramic photos on your mobile phone with this nifty software.

UK Meets Brazil (Mobile)

Date: Thursday 30th November 2006
Lunch: 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Presentations: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Location: Think London , Level 35, 25 Canada Square Canary Wharf , London E14 5LB

Think London , the foreign direct investment agency for London , in association with UK Trade & Investment and the DTI’s Global Watch Service invite you to attend an informal networking lunch and an afternoon of presentations with some of the most exciting companies in Brazil ‘s mobile industry. The event will be chaired by Mike Nutley, Editor of New Media Age and will feature speakers from significant mobile players such as Informa Telecoms & Media.

You will have the opportunity to hear about the latest developments in Brazil and the UK from senior representatives from both countries. The Brazilian delegates will include specialists in R&D, content development and distribution. They will be in the UK to explore opportunities for bilateral trade, investment and technology-based collaboration. The companies attending will include, C.E.S.A.R, SupportComm, Tec Toy Mobile, Meantime, LocZ and Mowa.

MediaTech 2.006


Library House’s MediaTech 2.006 event puts the convergence of media, technology and communications in one room: gathering the innovators, the disruptors, the investors and the corporate players face-to-face. Sponsored by Microsoft and Intel Capital, this one-day event is about making connections: between industries, between technology and opportunity, but most of all between innovators, corporates and investors. Bringing together some of the hottest upstart companies and mixing them up with the incumbent giants and the key investors, the panel sessions, the presentations and networking opportunities at MediaTech 2.006 are a must for anyone interested in doing smart business in the future of content-driven, technology-enabled businesses.

With contributions from top entrepreneurs such as Bob Young (CEO, and co-founder of Red Hat), from giants such as Google, SKY and Yahoo, from Sequoia’s latest investee company, and from top investors such as Index Ventures, now is the time to register your place. Places are limited.

BT Vision To Launch (Finally)

UK telecoms giant to offer on-demand TV and music service. Will it be worth the wait?

Digital Hollywood Europe In London

29.nov.06 – 1.dec.06

Digital Hollywood Europe in London: The Global Conference for the Entertainment, Media and Technology Economies

“The premier event for transforming entertainment, technology & the global communications network: TV, cable, telco, mobile, broadband, consumer electronics, search & email, VoIP, RSS, blogs and websites

Three days of presentations, panels and workshops.

Play PS3 and Wii Now At The Science Museum (Podcast)

Gaming fans, grab your coat and get yourself down to the Game On exhibition at the Science Museum. Play video games from the earliest to the latest.

Mobile Adult Content Market To Hit $3.3bn In Five Years

Report reveals that Europeans love mobile smut as video content grows in popularity.