Mobile and Technology Predictions for 2013

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So, here are my mobile predictions for 2013. Although I work for Telefonica, this blog is personal and my day job doesn’t involve any of the products or services listed here. I’ve deliberately left of the boring predictions. Yes, Android will get bigger. No, iPhone won’t release a budget model, etc. BlackBerry 10 I want…

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I don’t have a community

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Some giant question marks standing in a field.

I get confused when I hear statements on the news like “community leaders have called for calm” or “community leaders will be encouraged to host informative programs” or “assurances were provided by local community leaders” or “community leaders have launched a campaign“… I want to ask you a simple question. Who are your community leaders?…

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The Unsecured State Part 5 – Abandoned Inquiries

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This is part 5 of a series of blog posts looking at the security of the UK Government’s web infrastructure. The primary cause of the vulnerabilities I’ve exposed over this series is abandonment. In a flurry of excitement a website is commissioned and created. Then, as time wears on, people begin to drift away from…

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The USA is Weird

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We’ve just come back from a lovely holiday in the USA. I’m a fairly seasoned traveller – yet I always find the USA the strangest country to visit. Perhaps its because it all seems so familiar – from the movies and TV shows, and the fact the speak the same language – that the differences…

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