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A panel I chaired at the World Editors Forum at Gothenburg, Sweden, heard how Reuters reporters are using “MoJo” toolkits to gather news, ho…

A panel I chaired at the World Editors Forum at Gothenburg, Sweden, heard how Reuters reporters are using “MoJo” toolkits to gather news, how Telegraph.co.uk is planning to start a mobile web edition and how Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) is trying to corner the e-reader market. All well and good, but local mobile content researcher Oscar Westlund presented some sobering stats – despite handset makers’ lofty promises for multimedia devices, mobile news consumption is still painfully small. Looks like the phone is still just a phone, he suggested. Watch the five videos, shot on an N95 (what else?) by Medievaren

(1) Intro & Paul Cheesbrough, CIO, Telegraph Media Group; (2) Ilicco Elia, mobile product manager, Reuters…

(3) Michael Cooper, director of advanced reading technologies, Microsoft; (4) Oscar Westlund, research student, University of Gothenburg

(5) Q&A session

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