Tag archives: devices

The first mobile phone on wheels

The year is 1950. A Volkswagen bus drives over to the island of Lidingö, outside the Swedish capital of Stockholm. After nearly five years of development and testing, the day had arrived for the launch of world’s first fully automated system for mobile telephony. From the bus, a voice was transmitted to a boat [...]

Extra network muscle needed for connected vacationers

For power users of e-mail and social media, vacation might be a time to consider some digital detox as outlined an earlier blog post. The reverse can also happen as it did in a few communities of vacation homes where the mobile networks choked from a substantial increase of use.

Versatile videography: shooting in slo-mo and 4K

Pictures and social media posts have ruled the documentation of our vacation trips but you might want to get ready to step back into your camcorder shoes and become a 4K videographer.

Peter’s passionate predictions: a fantastic 4K future

4K or UltraHD is the new video format. It provides four times the resolution of HD TV. Your action camera has it. Your big screen TV will soon have it. 4K TV will be a major quality driver for video.

Where will we store all this user-generated content?

Peter Linder blogs about his dependency on cloud storage solutions and the challenge of single-digit storage caps.

It’s all about the consumer market. Or is it?

Day two is coming to an end. It is hard to ignore the fact that a lot of the buzz coming out of Mobile World Congress has a to do with new smart devices and apps that embrace new trends (and who will buy them).

How fast is our world becoming obsolete?

Nowadays change doesn’t occur over a lifetime or even over years but rather months. Today if you complete a computer science degree, what you learned in your first year of study is obsolete by year 3. And this is not only a problem for individuals but for business too.

Getting to grips with video traffic

The video traffic will be driven by three types of video – consumption, creation and communication and managing this traffic is an essential factor to successfully addressing the quickly growing video-services market.

More personal stories from the new media landscape

In my last post, my colleague Anders Erlandsson shared some of his experiences from the new TV and media landscape. I would like to again share some observations, this time from our colleague, Niklas Rönnblom. Niklas’ experiences are further example of how our TV and media habits are dramatically changing in the Networked Society. You [...]

Tips for digital detox

Are you among the users dependent on four or five networked devices on a daily basis? These devices provide endless opportunities and can also create addictive behaviors. Nevertheless, some of us might benefit from a bit of digital detox.