Never bet against the phone Paid Members Public
The polished perfection of the millennial influencer is giving way to a rawer, more phone-centric look.
Life through the (smart) rectangle Paid Members Public
The rise of the Stories format is forcing us to accept that the smartphone is creating brand new forms of media.
Swap a coffee for smartphone journalism superpowers Paid Members Public
Marc Settle [http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/academy/entries/fafb0b78-b9cf-4218-81ec-b3f109d85225] : > […] if the money on just one coffee a week went instead towards an app, within a few months that smartphone would have acquired new powers (and you might even have lost a few pounds from your waistline). Marc,
Don't ban children from using smartphones - teach them to use them responsibly Paid Members Public
The techno panic about children and phones is unnecessary - this is an education issue.
Here's a movie trailer - what's so interesting about it? Paid Members Public
Here’s a trailer to kick off your morning: Not my normal topic matter, right? So, why’s it here?Well, it was all shot on an iPhone 5 [http://petapixel.com/2015/07/08/tangerine-is-a-magnolia-pictures-film-shot-entirely-on-the-iphone-5/] . That’s right an iPhone 5. Not a 5S. Not a 6. A 5.
LeWeb: Forget watches, the future is a mesh of smart wearables Paid Members Public
What happens when the smartphone explodes into a cloud of sensors and devices, that surround us in our home, our cars and our lives? These are two visions for that future, from the Wearables session at LeWeb 2014: JP Gownder: the reality of wearables Nothing is more urgent than a
News is going mobile - but how? Paid Members Public
[https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2014/07/mobile-mobile.jpg] Frédéric Filloux did a useful round-up of the current state of play of news on mobile devices [http://www.mondaynote.com/2014/07/06/mobile-facts-to-keep-in-mind-part-1/]. This is of particular note: > According to Flurry Analytics, apps now
The terminal decline of the standalone camera Paid Members Public
[http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/assets_c/2014/01/undersea-selfie-3457.html] This rather excellent feature about the transition from camera to smartphones [http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/elements/2013/12/goodbye-cameras.html] by Craig Mod was doing the rounds over the festive period: > After importing the results into