PHONifier.com is a smart app that takes any website and strips out all the unnecessary tags and junk for use with mobile phones. It acts as a proxy for mobile web users, and is free to use, free of ads, and open source
This lot are selling a black box to convert your normal phone to a Skype phone. Instead of using a special Skype phone. It looks like a good idea (I have no connection to this company), has anyone tried this approach? I bought a cordless Skype phone, and that worked well. This gizmo looks even better at first glance.
There's an interesting piece giving 10 reasons why web publishers should go mobile that quite inspired me. I've been meaning to tinker with XHTML Basic, and a subdomain for this site for a while now, now i just may get round to it heh... Also, on the subject of mobile design, here's the first part of a series of promising articles on The State of the Mobile Web. Food for thought for sure.
Mobile Research Launches First-of-Its-Kind Mobile Device Data Service
UPDATE: Alfie informs me that there is indeed an Open Source mobile Device DB available Wonder what the point of MobileResearch is when there's already a free alternative?
Motorola to Offer Yahoo Access on Devices
The more you read, the more it's about mobile. And the more we see Search companies making pacts and plays to get in on the action. Yahoo! & Motorola have just teamed up to provide Y! content to Motorola devices, including their iRadio project to be launched later this year.
Dennis Hettema of OP3 that we talked about last year, a mobile tech company based in Netherlands, has launched ShotCode.com. The site promotes a free (for non-commercials) technology to create real world barcode-like hyperlinks that can be used by cameraphones to link consumers to web locations...