Archive for September, 2009

Twitterati and bloggers with a passion for mobile phones have been commenting on the rather puzzling manner in which Nokia recently announced the launch of its new flagship internet tablet model, the N900. The N900 was the centre-piece of the Nokia World event in Stuttgart, Germany, last month. One of few products to set loose […]


An interesting article on BrandRepublic: HERE Internet media spend has finally taken the lead over TV media i nthe UK. This, in part, has been because of the decline in TV ad spend this year. I wonder how much the media value will be for ads shown on video on-demand, online and mobile TV channels […]


Vodafone UK have today announced they will sell the iPhone from 2010. Interestingly they will position the device as more of a customer retention tool, than a business acquisition winner. This makes sense in light of O2 and Orange also having the product prior to Vodafone UK. The BBC reported the news this morning: HERE […]



This is a quick reference link page. The links below are mostly TV ads from mobile phone networks and retailers in the UK; they form part of the content from a series of mini-induction presentations. 3 Jellyfish Singing Cherry Music Treats Classroom Messages O2 It’s Your O2 See what you can do (neon) See what […]


Interesting stat from Google Internet Stats: A reported 28% of TV viewing time by UK broadband users (aged 16-55) is now on demand (either recorded for later viewing or using an on-demand TV service or watched on the Internet). Source: TNS/YouTube Media & Audience Study (broadband users aged 16-55), December 2008


As we slept in the UK last night, news broke of new worm and phishing scams on Twitter. Hacked accounts are sending phishing messages that replicate and send themselves on again to the readers’ contacts. Stephen Fry was the first clelebrity to have their Twitter account hacked. He has been apologising to his 750,000+ tweet […]



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