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A good case for TV/Video on demand:
An answer to Cliff’s concerns about battery life?
Designing for the Digital Age: How to Create Human-centered Products and Services
Those who’ve attended Innovation Club sessions last year will find a number of these entries very familiar indeed.
A number of these apps are genuinely useful, but beg to be integrated into a more seamless experience (cab hailer into a map app perhaps, or training your phone to know it’s place woven into your profile settings)
From a technical standpoint, of interest is that a lot of these apps have been made for the Android platform, further underlining that an open platform helps to spawn innovative solutions..
A survey commissioned by Mformation shows 95% of consumers surveyed would be more likely to try new mobile phone services if the set-up were easier.
(This post is also a test of email notifications!)
Interview with Margret Schmidt, VP of User Experience Design and Research at TiVo:
New product for emotionally rich family communication from TTP which have a partnership with Microsoft Research’s socio-digital research group. The product will be launched in 2009.
This concept could be interesting for watching TV with friends, a phone that projects a movie onto a surface: