We’ve had a growing feeling for a while that we should change direction. Since first writing about the technological transformation of the media in 2001, a lot has happened. Devices that were just theoretical in the early days have now been launched and are in daily use for some people. We’re proud that we’ve mapped … Continue reading Goodbye Global – Hello Local!
If Geo or mobile stuff is your thing, #geomob is the place to be.
We spent a thoroughly stimulating day at the press opening of the Royal College of Art yesterday for their end of year show. What was shown tickled the brain but many of the conversations explored ideas beyond those addressed by what was on offer. We’ll be concentrating on just the RCA interviews next week, so … Continue reading Royal College of Art Interviews Next Week
18 months ago, Digital-Lifestyles was one of the first, if not _the_ first, consumer-focused publications to report on Femtocells. We were wowed by the concept – very strong cellular reception in your home, with the calls and data heading up your broadband connection. As we said back in Nov 2007 …
The Chief Executive of Plymouth Council has banned elected local councillors from using Twitter. This incredible news has come to light the day after many witnessed MPs Tweeting live from UK Parliament while the selection of the next Speaker of the House.
You can’t deny people love their iPhones.
For over forty years Moore’s Law has stood to be correct. It’s now being questioned as to whether it will continue. Named after co-founder of Intel, Gordon Moore (pictured), Moore’s Law stated that the number of transistors that can be placed on an integrated circuit doubles every two years. Len Jelinek, director and chief analyst, … Continue reading The Future Of Moore’s Law Questioned
The Media 140 conference held back in May in London was an excellent event. It brought together Twitter users, journalists, people from the PR world and others interested in what the possible effected of Twitter might be. It was clear that the event had legs.
Old school compact with interchangeable lens fills us with unbridled desire.
Is Lord Carter off to the commercial sector following the Digital Britain Report.