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Your tattoo is ringing!

Nokia recently patented a tattoo that uses a special ink that can generate a noticeable sensation in the skin when stimulated, so that it can vibrate when you get a phone call!  It is another step in the journey of exploring the edges of our new interfaces with computers and machines which is known as […][...] read more » Your tattoo is ringing!

When innovation is a new spade…

I loved this story.  Here is a major telecom company who are usually all about highly technical innovations who have discovered a quicker, cheaper way to dig a hole!  It only goes to show that we should never fail to re-examine how we do what we do.  So much of the way we work, the […][...] read more » When innovation is a new spade…

Ipad 2–my impressions

You will have heard all the rave reviews of the new iPad 2.  I have admired Appleā€™s technology and design from  afar for years now.  There have always been reasons why something else suited my needs better, but you have got to love those sleek lines and the sheer class of the whole design.  Blackberries […][...] read more » Ipad 2–my impressions

Corporate Change & Strategy and the Blackberry Bold 9780

This is one of an occasional series of blogs that look at my latest techie toys.  More than 2 years ago I bought the original Blackberry Bold 9000 and it is was widely regarded as the best ever Blackberry, and was certainly the best phone I ever owned.  It was a big step forward and […][...] read more » Corporate Change & Strategy and the Blackberry Bold 9780

No mobile signal at home? Try the Vodafone Access Gateway (now called Sure Signal)

For those of you who like us have a poor or non-existent mobile signal in your home, here is a possible solution, if you use Vodafone.  They have now released a box that acts like your wireless router, and plugs into that router.  It connects to your 3G phone and sends the signal out via […][...] read more » No mobile signal at home? Try the Vodafone Access Gateway (now called Sure Signal)

Baby netbook: Advent 4213 – 1st impressions

  I bought this Advent 4213 on Friday.  It is one of the latest crop of netbooks on the market.  You may recall that I bought the baby that started this trend, the Asus eeepc 701over a year ago.  I thought at the time it was revolutionary, and so much so that they now account […][...] read more » Baby netbook: Advent 4213 – 1st impressions

Tomtom 730 traffic

I have just replaced my rather ancient Tomtom Go satnav (which was the first of their models) with the new 730t.  Tomtom have really nice philosophy of constantly upgrading their software and making that available free, so my old model has a lot more functionality than it did when I bought it.  It is easy […][...] read more » Tomtom 730 traffic

Blackberry Bold 3… living with it

I’ve been using this Bold since Wednesday, and after the trouble I had getting it set-up I was starting with an emotional deficit, despite its drop-dead good looks.  However, having got beyond those teething problems thanks to a helpful lady at Vodafone, I’m able to just use it now. The email pops effortlessly into my […][...] read more » Blackberry Bold 3… living with it

Blackberry Bold – 2nd impressions (the things Vodafone didn’t tell you!)

  So I’m on my second one.  You need to know there are two versions of this phone; the enterprise version for use with a big company mail server (BES) and what they call the prosumer version (BIS); this is the one individuals need.  Before you do a thing… go to http://www.mobileemail.vodafone.net/ and create a […][...] read more » Blackberry Bold – 2nd impressions (the things Vodafone didn’t tell you!)

Blackberry Bold – first impressions

I am not a BlackBerry user but had read nothing but good things about their latest phone, called the Bold.  It is being talked about as the RIM answer to the I-phone.  It is certainly a much nicer looking device than any of their previous offerings.  It sits nicely in the hand and the keyboard […][...] read more » Blackberry Bold – first impressions