we are deeply sorry for the huge delay in updating the Content Network – our head editor Jatinder Singh has fallen deeply ill, and was in hospital for a few months. However, he has now recovered – and we are planning to relaunch the sites for real.
From now on, we will once again provide you with industry coverage in a timely fashion. Due to this, we have performed some structural maintenance operations and have also implemented some changes to content policy.
In addition to coverage of events like BlackBerry Jam Amsterdam and the Mobile World Congress, the following improvements have been carried out network-wide:
Our original layout dates back to the initial launch in 2004, and has only seen slight enhancements (and one colour change) ever since. Given that the pace of the IT world has accelerated since that time, we have now decided to make a small change again.
From now on, our homepage will list stories in a more compact fashion. Interesting content can be read by clicking the “Continue Reading” link – this saves traffic and time.
A total of three people are now dedicated to supplying you with content. This means that we are less susceptible to loss of staff – and should have new stuff for you every day like in the old days.
Discontinuation of legacy sites
In order to make the operation of the network more sustainable, we have had to reduce the number of sites. Due to dwindling market interest, some of our venues have been shuttered – information relevant to these platforms will, from now on, be featured on the remaining sites as part of the “industry-wide coverage”.
With that, we hope for your continued loyalty and remain
With cordial regards
Tam Hanna/Jatinder Singh/Annette Bosbach