Carnival of the Mobilists #195 October 12, 2009Posted by chetan in : CTIA, Carnival of Mobilists , trackback
Welcome to the 195th edition of Carnival of the Mobilists. It has been quite a start to the final quarter of the year. With CTIA just wrapping up last week, there was plenty of action. Folks are still recovering from the travel so posts have been light but an eclectic mix of viewpoints makes up this week’s carnival.
Andrew Grill of London Calling delves into the world of mobile and social networking. There is significant traffic due to social networking. Who monetizes the best is the question.
Enrique has a compelling presentations on the concepts and technologies behind real-time demand data, a topic near and dear to me. Thanks for sharing.
Dennis Bournique of WAP Review does a review of the Bolt Browser.
Jose from Mobile Strategy writes about mobile application development.
There has been a lot of discussion about mobile advertising. An industry veteran, Mark Jaffe opines in his series - Ten Reasons Why Mobile Advertising Has Not Reached Its Potential.
Belen Barros of iQblog has a post on Mobile reverse innovation inviting you to expand your thinking beyond the western markets.
Mobile VoIP made a lot of news last week. Tsahi Levent-Levi of VoIP Survivor and a frequent contributor writes 5 reasons why mobile VoIP =#FAIL
My own contribution to the carnival is in the form of our CTIA Wireless IT and Entertainment 2009 Roundup
Q4 is shaping up to be a great quarter for developments that will impact the mobile industry. Be sure to read the Carnival each week as the mobilists track the progress. Next week, the carnival moves to A Consuming Experience.
Thanks and happy surfing.