Entries categorized "mobile communication"

Expect data denouements to punctuate political performances

The news that the Obama official tweeting for some time under the username @NatSecWonk has been unmasked is no surprise. They were bound to find him out in the end. The most interesting thing for me about the story was closeted in a simple sentence: "It said his travel and... Read more →


Not if, but when: the radical reflection and PR rethink waiting around the corner

As the mobile phone is replaced in its ubiquity by the wearable or implanted device, the question every public relations professional should be asking is this: how ready are you for the technology waiting around the corner and the change it will bring to your organisation? Read more →


A F-Fone from Facebook? Thumbs down from me

A recent rumour in Techcrunch has led to all sorts of speculation as to whether or not Facebook will launch its own mobile phone operating system. Given the standard of spelling and invective on Facebook, I think we could usefully call this potential development the 'F-Fone'. Because of the privacy... Read more →