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BRIT Awards introduce voting via mobile app from Noise Inc

Digital development company Noise Inc. has developed an iPhone app that will allow fans to vote in the BRIT Awards 2012.

The agency has worked with MasterCard to create the first-ever application that allows fans to vote via their mobile phones.

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Last week at The Fonecast: 19th December 2011

Mark Bridge writes:

“He knows if you’ve been bad or good...”

You don’t need to be Santa Claus to appreciate that RIM’s quarterly results have marked a disappointing end to a disappointing year. Yes, the company’s sold millions of BlackBerry phones - but PlayBook sales haven’t been good, its new OS is delayed and its market share appears to be falling. You could argue that 2012 is a make-or-break year for Research In Motion... or at least for its current management.

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Shazam uses its mobile technology to predict the music stars of 2012

Mobile music discovers service Shazam has been taking a look back at 2011 and predicting the music artists to watch in 2012.

The service, which enables consumers to identify tunes using their mobile phones, has analysed customer data to create a list of the music acts it thinks are most likely to succeed next year.

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This week's podcast: bill shock, mobile music, patent wars and much more

In this week’s edition of The Fonecast we start with an ombudsman’s plea to sort out ‘unlimited’ data tariffs in the UK. We then move on to mobile music before covering mobile wallets, mobile gaming and the mobile patent wars. There’s even time for a little digital art.

As always, you can listen to the programme on our website audio player, via iTunes, by subscribing to our RSS feed or by downloading the MP3.

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Podcast - 23rd November 2011

We're squeezing plenty of news into this week's podcast, starting with a warning about so-called 'unlimited' data tariffs and ending with a new online gallery that hopes to put art into smartphones.

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