QR Codes on Energy Bills

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This is a necropost – resurrected from the now defunct blog of a previous employer. Sadly, the follow-up post has fallen down the memory hole. You can still read Sharon’s response to it. Well, we can finally unwrap one of the little projects The Lab has been working on. Along with the Department of Energy…

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3D Printing at Over The Air

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Various pieces of 3D printed gadgets.

This is a necropost – resurrected from the now defunct blog of a previous employer. We had an amazing time at Over The Air 2013. We’ve teamed up with ThingMaker to digitally scan attendees. Our long term aim is to release on GitHub a collection of faces which artists and game designers can re-use. The…

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Demoing BlipDrop at Mobile Monday London

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Terence standing up demoing to a room full of people.

This is a necropost – resurrected from the now defunct blog of a previous employer. I really loved the idea of geolocated ephemeral content. And I was a little disappointed that the business never saw the potential for it. Maybe I’ll find a way to relaunch it in the future. I’ve been attending Mobile Monday…

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Are Megabytes Meaningless To Customers?

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The Lab's logo.

This is a necropost – resurrected from the now defunct blog of a previous employer.. Pop quiz: How many MB did you use watching that YouTube video? When dealing with data usage, a familiar cry in the telco world is “Customers just don’t understand what a MB is!” Is this true? The theory goes something…

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Fairwell InMobi – Hello Telefónica!

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Sixteen months ago, I climbed a rattly staircase behind a restaurant to a fairly typical “start-up loft”. My first taste of InMobi. I was enthralled! I’ve spent the last year driving the developer relationship process in the company, watching as we’ve grown from 15 people in a small room to 70 people in swanky London…

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#O2Fail – What You Need To Know About Mobile Phone Content Control

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WARNING This article and pages it links to, contain information about pornography and sex education which may be offensive to Daily Mail readers. These are the hurried lunchtime writings of a chap with too much on his plate. So, O2 has apparently angered the Internet Gods by switching on its Adult Content Filter. This means…

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