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Carnival of Mobilists #208

Antoine J Wright brings us this week’s Carnival. There are some great articles as always! Check out the submission from MobiThinking on how soccer clubs use mobile to engage fans! Very cool! The Vision Mobile blog on the Smartphone Craze is worth a read! Another interesting read is the blog from Ajit Jaokar on th meaning of mobile to younger users!

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Carnival of Mobilists #207

carnival-masks-2This week’s offering is brought to us by Volker on Mobile complete with carnival masks for carnival season.

Aviv Revach looks forward to the Mobile World Congress and is once again compiling a list of networking events. We know that he has already signed up for our WIPJam taking place on Thursday, February 18 at MWC in App Planet. It is a great networking event for developers and this one is shaping up to be our best one yet! The Carnival also features a WIPJam post written by our guest Malik Saadi, Principal Analyst at Informa. His article explains how the emergence of a fragmented smartphonosphere will make native development incredibly more difficult to scale and thus less and less economically viable and much more.

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Carnival of Mobilists #205

2010 made of sparks and fireworksThe first Carnival of this new decade is hosted by Ernst Doku at Omio, a major mobile phone comparison site, who makes his debut today. This week’s offerings include: Chetan Surma’s expansive and comprehensive survey of mobile industry predictions for 2010, as well as a brilliant wrap-up of the previous decade; Alexei Polyakov’s in-depth report on the state of mobile social networking in Japan and many more. Happy mobile reading!

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Carnival of Mobilists #204

This week’s carnival is brought to the mobile world by London Calling. This last carnival of the decade is bursting with interesting reading. Including an article from Raj Singh, a regular WIPJam attendee and member of our Developer Advisory Team, entitled Geo-monopolies. Volker Hirsch has a post on “The Power of Open: Why Android is Big” and our own Thibaut Rouffineau provides a comprehensive comparison of app stores! Here at WIP, we are looking forward to another great year of Carnival of Mobilists in 2010!

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Carnival of Mobilists #202

This week, the Carnival is hosted by Mobile Strategy where you will find thought-provoking pieces, inside scoops, tough questions and overall interesting posts on a variety of topics. Included is an interview that our Wipster Thibaut conducted with Victor Shaburov, the CEO of Handster, a company that provides a mobile appstore and specializes in white label appstores for OEM and Operators.

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Carnival of Mobilists #201

clown noseThis week’s Carnival is hosted by Burning the Bacon with Barrett. It includes an interesting article from Francisco Kattan “Why Droid will hurt RIM more than the iPhone” where he predicts and outlines why he believes the new Droid will fail to impact the iphone and will instead take a bite out of the blackberry. Check out other articles including; the Nokia 5330 Mobile TV Edition by Volker Hirsch and C. Enrique Ortiz’ perspective on where the NFC industry is at and what it needs to do to start reaching its potential.

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Carnival of Mobilists #200 - Happy Bicentennial!

cotm-200 picMobilestance.com is host of the 200th Carnival of the Mobilists, the weekly roundup of the very best in mobile writings from across the blogosphere. On the mCommerce isle, check out Mobile Banking ROI tips from Bank of America from a newcomer to our ranks, David Eads of Mobile Manifesto - a mobile banking and commerce blog. On tap are also several perspectives on the Google AdMob acquisition.

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Carnival of Mobilists #199

iguanaThis week the Carnival stops at the new-look Mobileslate, where host Eric Chan takes the helm. The eclectic collection of posts includes a closer look at app stores (facts, figures and payment mechanisms) and a welcome deep-dive into key mobile market figures from Chetan Sharma.

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Carnival of Mobilists #196

Host Improbulus at A Consuming Experience guides us through this week’s works by top mobile bloggers, with features about handsets, learning and lucre. Frequent WIPJam participant and discussion leader, Franciso Kattan, has 7 recommendations for developers on How to Merchandise Your App 2 Years Ai (after the iPhone), following CTIA, summarising key lessons for developers wanting to go mobile.

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Carnival of Mobilists #195

Following plenty of action at CTIA, Carnival #195 is at Always On Real-Time Access AORTA, where host Chetan Sharma describes the past week’s mobile blogging as an eclectic mix of viewpoints. Check out Andrew Grill of London Calling’s post where he delves into the world of mobile and social networking. He looks at taking social media mobile and how the growth in social networks will drive mobile internet usage.

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