Wireless Internet & Mobile Computing -- that has examined the wireless industry for five years before cellular was available -- believes one of the most important developments in the history of wireless communications is the camera phone.
Why? Camera phones are, quite frankly, revolutionary devices. And we provide a variety of consulting services -- business development, white papers, corporate tutorials, weblogs -- that explore the ramifications of these devices.
More than one billion people around the world have camera phones. That means more than one billion people can document virtually everything that occurs around them and then almost instantaneously transmit that information to other camera phones, via e-mail, to the Web and weblogs.
Camera phones -- with their still photos and video recording -- are being used to document aspects of personal and business life, such as politics, criminal activities, natural disasters, entertainment, vertical market situations -- with a frequency and impact that have never before occurred.
Wireless Internet & Mobile Computing examines the worldwide marketplace. We can help you analyze your wireless imaging business, create marketing materials such as white papers, present corporate tutorials and workshops and even write related weblogs.
We've been publishing our own weblog, "Reiter's Cameraphone Report," for almost four years and it contains a huge number of articles with news and analysis about the global marketplace as well as numerous moblogs with test photos from camera phones from AT&T/Cingular, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless.