Staying Up to Date With Mobile News & Information

I’ve been asked a number of times about how I stay up to date on mobile technology, and if I could put it together in a white paper. This is that paper, and covers the how-to on how I stay current. The goal is consistency – spending a certain amount of time each day and eventually you’ll find yourself picking up on trends and devices, and before you know it, you too will be a mobile technology guru. Signing up for a twitter account, and getting set up with Google reader for the RSS feeds is the only two things you need to sign up for, the rest is simply links and blogs.



Initially, scanning the list of twitter folks I’m following is the first thing I do each morning, as the accounts I follow have some part to play in the mobile technology arena. By heading to twitter, and checking out the list of folks I follow, then follow them yourself, you can use twitter to scan for emerging trends and relevant links in the mobile technology space. You are welcome to follow @attdeveloper and I @DanMaycock.


The following list is a series of blogs I follow, after scanning twitter for relevant material to pick up on.

AT&T Developer Blogs (of course) -

Boy Genius Report –

Mobile Burn –

Fierce Wireless –

Mobile Tech News –

Computer World’s Mobile and Wireless Section –

Mobile Marketing Watch –

Mobile Statistics Watch –

Nielson Mobile Section –

RSS Feeds

The following list is a series of RSS feeds I keep up on, that relates to mobility

Daily Wireless –

Fierce Wireless –

Forrester Research: Dan’s Custom Feed on Mobility –,,1059653,00.xml

MobileTechNews –

Mobility Site –

Wi-Fi Networking News –

WebPartner’s Mobile Feed –

AT&T Has a number of developer RSS feeds as well, which can all be found on


The following list is a number of books I recommend, in addition to the material listed above

Wireless Crash Course -

Telecom Crash Course -

From GSM to LTE: An Introduction to Mobile Networks and Mobile Broadband -

Context-Aware Pervasive Systems: Architectures for a New Breed of Applications -

Designing the Mobile User Experience –

Newton’s Telecom Dictionary –

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