I was on television last Thursday, talking about Research In Motion's battle with the Indian government over allowing the feds there to monitor BlackBerry messaging traffic. Outside of the tech space, it's not one of those big headline-type stories, but it could have significant implications for mobile data use everywhere else depending on which way it goes. I spoke with BNN's Linda Sims on her morning program, The Street, and you can see the video by clicking here.
A couple of weeks earlier, I had spoken with the National Post's David George-Cosh on this issue. The resulting article, RIM to resolve BlackBerry security issue in India within 1 month: reports, published May 16th.
Marc Saltzman quoted me in his piece, Gaming goes HD: What high-def brings to the table for players. It originally published May 15th, and was re-posted May 21st here.
Judy Mottl of Internetnews.com interviewed me for a number of pieces, including:
- RIM Ups Ante With Mobile Software Push (May 16)
- Unified Communications Hits the Road - also reprinted by VoIP Planet here (May 20)
- GPS Grows Up: New tracking tool offers far more than finding a local pizza joint (May 21)
- And of course, it's friday evening, so we'll hear from our resident technical ninja, Carmi Levy.
One more thing: I'm still shamelessly flogging this week's Caption This contest. Click here to start the fun.