Why do you run experiments? Is it right for someone who has had an experiment fail to act as though it’s succeeded and plan to commercialise the process?
Fuss Free Phones: Simon Rockman
Simon has been in the mobile phone industry since Motorola was the top dog closely followed by NEC. He's been the owner and editor of What Mobile Magazine, the editor of PCW and senior at Motorola and
<p>Fuss Free Phones: Simon Rockman: Simon has been in the mobile phone industry since Motorola was the top dog closely followed by NEC. </p> <p>He's been the owner and editor of What Mobile Magazine, the editor of PCW and a senior director at Motorola and Sony Ericsson. </p> <p>Today he focuses on Mobile Money and his passion of mobile phones for older people. he runs http://www.fussfreephones.com/ </p>
I’ve just spent some time on Jury Service. Two days in court makes me an expert on the legal system so now I can have a view.
When my 14 year old son couldn’t get his iPod touch to work with the wifi he didn’t try very hard, he just threw it at me and said “dad fix it”. My kids and their peers have no interest in how a computer works.
There is a thread buzzing around the ZD site on innovation, look at what’s being said on Raspberry PiAnd celebrating the anniversary of the Sinclair QL And then read Mary Branscombe’s post on CES. where she says that the HP Envy is innovative because it has a glass lid.
When I was working on the UK’s best known computer magazine I wanted to be a motoring journalist. Those around me all had similar affectations.
Every New Year and Queens Birthday I look through the honours for a few names I think should have received a letter from the palace. Every time I’m disappointed.
Very little dies. Television didn’t kill Cinema, and Cinema didn’t kill Theatre.
A whole bunch of people recommended that I listen to the BBC radio serialisation of Just My Type" - a book about fonts by Simon Garfield. which was broadcast a couple of weeks ago.
When two incredible things have happened in the mobile phone industry it has given rise to a third. Can the mobile phone operators rise to the challenge or will they let their last chance to make money from apps disappear?
The graph above shows the number of daily accesses to my website for the past couple of months.You’ll want to know why I saw more visitors in one hour than in the rest of the time put together.
Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colaco spoke with passion about making mobile phones better for older users and those with disabilitiesThe first Vodafone Smart accessibility awards were held in Brussels this week with a €200,000 prize split across four categories. The most important word in that sentence is “first”.
How we laughed and derided when the mobile phone network 3 launched with a walled garden. We pointed to AOL and how that didn’t work and then sat back and waited.
I don’t doubt that Google’s purchase of Motorola is for the best radio patents around, but there might be a fringe benefit which will change my mind on something.It might be the single thing which will make NFC work.