Free iPhones In China?

Apple & Burberry teamed to promote iPhone 5S (Photo: Burberry) Do you know anyone who absolutely must get their hands on a plastic cell phone? Here we are a week after another breathless Apple new product press conference, and the question remains unanswered.Not unexpectedly, the news event consumed myriad column inches and airtime minutes in the…… Continue reading Free iPhones In China?

Battle of the Mobile Spokespersons

Unfortunately, I won’t be attending the much-hyped presser in NYC today where Apple chief Steve Jobs will presumably be joined by Verizon Wireless president Lowell McAdam (and maybe Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg) in an effort to finally put to bed the interminable rumors of an iPhone for VZW. After all, how much conjecture can one…… Continue reading Battle of the Mobile Spokespersons

The 2011 Predictions Wiki

Every year, I attempt to aggregate some of the more noteworthy predictions for the media, PR, tech, marketing, mobile and social spheres.Here’s are my posts from 2008 “Notable 2009 Predictions” and 2009 “Desperately Seeking Social in 2010.” Also, I’ve done my share of prognosticating. Here were my predictions from each of the last two years.As…… Continue reading The 2011 Predictions Wiki

Green with Twitter Envy

Is it cool to leverage an unfolding human tragedy to promote one’s product or service? That’s the question a Valleywag reporter posed in his “Flackery” column late yesterday.Apparently, an Israeli-based mobile communications platform that links SMS, IM and Twitter into one seamless interconnected content-sharing app called fring is publicizing its use by the Persian protesters…… Continue reading Green with Twitter Envy