Tag Archives: mobile

Meeting Hugo Barra: take-aways

Yesterday, we had the chance to meet Hugo Barra, former VP of Android at Google and current Global VP at Xiaomi (the Chinese Apple). Pia of Kickstart, who organized the event asked me my thoughts and learnings of this session. … Continue reading

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Microsoft inspiring me again!

A few days ago, early in the year habit, I updated my LinkedIn profile to better fit my current activities and to prepare my goal for 2013: finding a structure where I can develop my full potential in 2014. I … Continue reading

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Ubiquitous Computing UX and beyond

Last week, I had a spot for presenting at Mobile Monday Brussels. In fact, being part of the Committee and having received the assignment to coordinate the agenda, I opened that spot myself;oP I felt I had something to tell, … Continue reading

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Apple sharing DiCoDE – Future vision on The Connected Fridge

MacBrains‘ David Borel spotted a very interesting patent from Apple a few days ago: using kitchen surfaces (and Surface is the word;o) for displaying contextual information to the kitchen user. In fact, this is exactly the example I use for … Continue reading

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Microsoft Playing the Boundary Object Game Elegantly

Boundary Object concept is very interesting on technology-driven sectors. And it’s the case for the ones covered by DiCoDE. Writing the first 2 chapters of the book, I highlight the key role of technology in human history and economy, thus … Continue reading

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Liquid Content, Hyperconnectivity and User Context enabling Media Surfaces

Do you remember BERG London? They created, a few week before the announcement of the iPad this gorgeous video showing how Printed Press could look on tablets. My personal favorite in their portfolio is this map for NYC… But let’s … Continue reading

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New (mobile) world order: carriers still believe…

Being active in mobile for more than 9 years, on carrier, agency and media sides, i keep on getting information about this ecosystem. Mobile is seen as revolutionary lately (I just understood the Mobile Kills Dinosaurs analogy from Yves Kallaert), … Continue reading

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REMIX 2010: Microsoft on the right path

Microsoft loves developers. That’s why, maintaining platforms (Desktop Windows, Windows Mobile but also MSN and many others), they need developers to augment value of it. As Professor Valor explained us last year during IME’s Advanced Digital Strategies program (which is … Continue reading

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Facebook phone DiCoDEd

So, Facebook is working on a phone, or at least a phone OS. And if they’re not, well… they’d better to! The best article I’ve read treating this topic is the one from Business Insider. It’s talking about platform logic … Continue reading

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DMA NYC’s Mobile Media and Marketing 2010

Very interesting conference. Here are the tweets I posted: @fabnet_be attending DMA and Mobile Marketer conference, starting by media going mobile #dmamm Condé Nast, Sports Illustrated and MTV talking about necessity for some and opportunity for others to go mobile. … Continue reading

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