Whitehall Lane Winery is building their mobile database and gaining new customers using their new keyword NAPAWINE.
One of the coolest new features in Android OS 2.2 is its ability to share its 3G wireless data connectivity with other devices. It can do this by either connecting a USB cable to the phone and the shared device (typically a netbook or notebook computer) or by creating a WiFi Hotspot.
That is very cool. No more need for buying into wifi connections at hotels, coffee shops or paying for one of those expensive USB connect cards.
And it seems as though the TV coverage might be decent in the US. Yesterday ESPN confirmed that:
1. All 64 matches will be broadcast live.
2. In high definition.
3. On either ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC.
Of those 64 matches, 52 will be simulcast online at ESPN360.com so expect lots of clandestine viewing at work.
The mobile web will continue to outpace applications as it becomes increasingly powerful. I am not surprised by these stats especially since we at InSequent expect to generate tens or even hundreds of thousands of mobile sites in the next couple of years.
Read story on Mobilecrunch here.
Blackberry first at 36%, Android second at 28%, iPhone third at 21%.