WE MOVED TO: http://www.sprxmobile.com/blog/
This is what Jeppe can do (as of July 2008):
Well here it is..
Shot with my N95 (sorry)
Will try to get a decent quality movie up here soon.
As some of you know we work for NOS, the dutch news and sport broadcaster. I have been busy last months to build a great mobile application for them called NOS Mobiel. On top of this application we also developed an Olympics application (which is integrated in the navigation of NOS Mobiel the coming weeks). I must say that I am very proud of the result. Together with the NOS team, Triple IT (video encoding) and the client platform (WeComm) we made a hell of an application 😉
So what content is in this application?
Today we launched. Have a look at the screenshots. Video can be only watched by people in Netherlands IP range
For the dutchpeople:
download via m.nos.nl/nosmobiel
SMS NOS MOBIEL to 9090
Wow.. Just read that the first commercial WiMax network in the Netherlands, called Aerea, is going live..
For 29,95 you receive a PCMCIA card (for XP only) and get a month access to the WiMax network. After one month you have a kind of pay as you go construction. So basically you can buy a new month for 9,95 euro.
Company behind the network is Worldmax
Too bad that there is no support for Apple yet. Would have loved to try it. They will come with a USB adapter in November according to Bright. How knows maybe that they have OSX software with the USB solution *fingers crossed*.
Just read a post from Helen Keegan (who joined the MoMo London team..yeahh) about the relevant simple approach of the current wave of Location Based Services. I totally agree with her that we are still not very creative nor intelligent with the context information we currently have to our disposal. As I commented on her blog I believe that having the complete context in place is necessary to offer relevant contextual services. The first step after having the context information in place is being great in pattern recognition. Spotting the Nodal Points(as Jyri calls them).
Well what is the complete context? Here is my list:
These context domains are all about the NOW! So not ” what are you plans tomorrow?” or “what is your favourite music?”. These are all legitimate profiling questions and offer great insight about a person BUT I question if in a mobile services context(hehe) they are relevant..
Some questions I am still puzzling with is what to do with informaton about your history or the complete context of the people which are important to you. Would you need to have this information to become more relavent to people in specific situations?
Curious about your thoughts..
P.S. Image is from Helen’s blog.. Just had to post it. LOVE IT!! 😉