Sunday Mar 29, 2009

Mobile Phone Orchestra

My cousin, Kia Hadipour, a graduate student in music at Bloomington, Indiana, points to this video of "Standford's Mobile Phone Orchestra"—a cool fusion of art and technology.

Wednesday Oct 01, 2008

Mobile Phone Concepts

Check out the new mobile phone concepts, particularly the multi-layer phone from KDDI—the Ply.

Tuesday Oct 23, 2007

Not Always Calling

From a recent report in The Wall Street Journal, it seems like text messaging has finally matured in the U.S.:

Tuesday Jan 16, 2007

iPhone and History

John Markoff, technology writer for IHT, reviews the business history behind iPhone and what might lie ahead. Markoff draws parallels between the challenges the early Mac faced with those iPhone might face now. He identifies expandability as one of those challenges. (I should note that Steve Jobs gives his defense of iPhone in the interview fragments accompanies in Markoff's article, one well-worth reading in full.)

Tuesday Jan 09, 2007

Electronic Apple

Is Apple's move to consumer electronics complete? Has it now learned to leverage a single successful product to create and dominate a whole market segment? There are already those planning the purchase of the newest i<something>: iPhone. The fans are on the move.

Thursday Jan 04, 2007

Novels on the Small Screen

Not only films and haiku but novels are made and consumed on the cell phone. In a recent competition sponsored by NTT DoCoMo and D2 Communications, "most of the 2,400 entries were romance novels written by women in their teens and early 20s, other popular genres included horror, sci-fi and fantasy." However, The Outstanding Achievement Award "went to a man pushing 40 who told an apocalyptic tale of the last 24 hours on Earth," writes Lisa Katayama for Wired.
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