A cool or WOW technology seen recently at CTIA Wireless was this mobile being billed as the World’s first social mobile from INQ1. The device has been designed to be very affordable and very simple to use, integrated with your favorite social mobile applications. Users will have instant access to some of their favorite social media services like facebook, skype, Win Live messenger and others using this clever little device. See http://www.inqmobile.com/ The device was kicked off at GSMA and won first prize in the Global Mobile Awards! We grabbed a short video demo,provided below. The device is available in Europe in select markets and will come to the US in the near future. The device weighs in at just 100grams, supports HSDPA and GPRS, has a 3.2 mega pixel camera and will run most Java apps.
Archives for April 3, 2009
Here’s details of a very cool travel mashup – iGuide. iGuide, www.iguide.travel, is a recently introduced travel site which combines mapping and geographic data with much of the best travel information from across the web. iGuide, the interactive travel guide, is built around a full-screen interactive map which boasts about 7 million world places. The map interface can be used to access travel guides, photos, videos, and hotel and flight information. See more details
Coming in May, Ovi store from Nokia – an opportunity for mobile developers
GovernmentIQ a division of IQPC is running an Executive level forum on Spatially Enabled Government in Canberra on the 25th and 26th of August. From the event organizers… If you have a solution or have capablities in the Government Spatial Arena why not utilize Spatially Enabled Government ’09 as your launch pad into the Government sector. Attendees of this event will meet key executives from the Federal, State and Local Government. See www.spatialgovernment.com