I spent the day yesterday at Mobile 2.0 in San Francisco. Great event as always. Highlights for me included Larry Berkin‘s overview of the current and future device landscape, and Jame’s Pearce‘s whirlwind tour of the capabilities of modern mobile browsers and the development tools and libraries for working with then. A new feature of this year’s event were two interactive workshops that were part of the afternoon’s development/design track. The workshops broke the audience up into teams to work on a … Continue reading →
Update: the $35% off Mobile 2.0 registration for WapReview readers offer has been extended through Aug. 28th. Just enter “friends” as the promotion code on the registration home page to get the discount. My favorite mobile event, Mobile 2.0, is coming up in San Francisco on Thursday, Sept 1st, which is only two weeks away. The Mobile 2.0 organizers; Daniel Appelquist, Gregory Gorman and Tony Fish somehow always manage to bring together some of the biggest names in the mobile industry … Continue reading →
My favorite mobile event, Mobile 2.0, is less than a month away. The conference agendas have just been posted on The Mobile 2.0 site. The Mobile 2.0 organizers; Daniel Appelquist, Gregory Gorman, Mike Rowehl, Peter Vesterbacka and Rudy De Waele always seem to bring together the biggest names in the mobile industry for a fast paced, informal day of talks, demos and panels in an intimate venue. Repeating last year’s format there are two sessions. Sept 20th is Developer Day, … Continue reading →
The European version of my favorite mobile conference, Mobile 2.0 will be held June 17th in Barcelona at the beautiful new campus of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra . While I won’t be able to make it to Barcelona this year, I’ve attended several of the past Mobile 2.0 events and found them extremely worthwhile. Somehow the Mobile 2.0 organizers always seems to get the best speakers and host the liveliest panels. And it all happens in a fast paced format … Continue reading →
There is tremendous buzz currently around native apps and app stores thanks to the iPhone App phenomenon. This was especially noticeable during a panel at Mobile 2.0 titled “Developers, Mobile Ecosystem Development & Third Party Services & Applications” The panelists, from Qualcomm, GetJar, O2, Sun and the Symbian Foundation, were all involved with their respective company’s App Store efforts. While one can hardly blame players in the App store space for touting their vision, I think it got a little … Continue reading →
I spent the last two days at the Mobile 2.0 Conference – Silicon Valley. This is my fourth Mobile 2.0 and like the previous three was a first rate event with great speakers and panels and attendance by a global group of mobile entrepreneurs and developers. It was ably organized and run with great attention to detail by Greg Gorman, Mike Rowehl and Peter Vesterbacka with off-site support from Rudy De Waele and Daniel Appelquist . The event was two … Continue reading →
I’ll be at Mobile 2.0 today and tomorrow. It looks to be an exciting event and I’ll be covering it here on WapReview. I won’t be live blogging, as I’ve found I’m pretty bad at it, but will do a wrap up post or two after the event. If you are attending Mobile 2.0 and want to meet up please use the contact form which I’ll be monitoring all day.
Registration is now open for my favorite mobile event, Mobile 2.0. It’s an intimate, fast paced conference that always seems to attract the top people in mobile both as speakers and as attendees. And you gotta love Mobile 2.0’s “No-Powerpoint” rule. The first two Mobile 2.0 events in San Francisco were outstanding and with the same able team of Daniel Appelquist (Vodafone), Gregory Gorman (Tertius), Mike Rowehl (Miso Mob and Mobile Monday), Peter Vesterbacka (Some Bazaar and Mobile Monday) and … Continue reading →