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Summoning NFC From the Vasty Deep


by on April 11th, 2014

Today I am going to talk about contactless payment. And Henry IV, Part I. Granted, the two are not bedfellows that would spring immediately to mind, but the words  of old Bill Shakespeare are still pertinent in the modern age, even when it comes to tapping a smartphone on a point of sale terminal down […]

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Google exits the smartphone race


by on January 31st, 2014

Just under two and a half years ago, Google made the dramatic announcement that it was moving into the smartphone vendor business with the acquisition of the ailing Motorola Mobility. One day ago, it announced that it was moving out of it, selling the Motorola Mobile division to Lenovo of China. There is, to put […]

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Retail via Tablets Rise as Smartphones Showroom Furbies


by on January 17th, 2014

As my colleague Sian Rowlands observed in her most recent blog, UK viewing on tablets overtook that on PCs and laptops on Boxing Day, possibly because a population encumbered by excess turkey were unable to walk the five yards or so to the desktop computer, possibly because the desktop is rarely accompanied by a sofa […]

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Radio the UK’s digital laggard


by on December 6th, 2013

The UK is almost a digital nation. The last analogue broadcast TV transmitter was switched off (by 1972 Olympics gold medal winner Dame Mary Peters) in October 2012, completing a five year transition; it is well over a decade since the 1G mobile networks breathed their last; broadband Internet has replaced dial-up. Almost. There is […]

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Facebook powers on with mobile advertising


by on November 1st, 2013

Not so many years ago – well, five, actually – brands were extremely dubious about mobile advertising. It was intrusive; the screens were small; there was no inventory; no-one else was doing it; most of what was out there was spam; and so on. It was around about this time that Mark Zuckerburg’s social network […]

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