There was a great Wall Street Journal blog post on Firefox OS yesterday. If you want to find out more about the collaboration between Telefónica and Mozilla on this new open mobile OS, and the applications ecosystem being built, come along to Mobile 2.0 next Tuesday where I’ll be running a focussed workshop on this topic with Mozilla and Telefónica representatives. There are still tickets going – if you haven’t registered yet, we have extended Early Bird Discount. if you … →
[The following post has been contributed by Apsalar.] As an app developer, you may be struggling to capture and retain user engagement and revenue. You are not alone. Apsalar, the leading Mobile Engagement Management platform for app developers and marketers, has recently uncovered data which shows that for each additional app a user installs, the average number of sessions per app from that user decreases by an average of 18.8% when measured over just 10 apps. Moreover, the total number … →
I’m writing this blog post on a Sunday morning, at the Smart Interconnected Devices Hack-a-thon, hosted at Google’s Campus building in London. Hardware and mobile apps hackers have been working all night, building cool prototypes that combine apps development ideas on Android and other smartphones with home-brew hardware built on prototyping boards from Arduino and the like. The result is quirky stuff like remote-control tanks, digital signage, energy and temperature monitors, m-health prototypes. Is any of it going to be … →
Whilst we update the site with the agenda and speakers, please mark September 11th 2012 in your calendar for Mobile 2.0 San Francisco 2012! We’re once again going to be holding the event at the Grand Hyatt in San Francisco. Watch this space for more info as we develop the event. Hope to see you there!
Larry Berkin kicked off our program at Mobile 2.0 last week with his great “Who’s in the Driver’s Seat in Mobile” presentation. Many of you have asked for the slides – well here they are! Mobile 2.0 Larry Berkin -Who’s In the Driver Seat in Mobile
HTML5 is not primarily about mobile. It is about the evolution of the Web. It is about the consolidation of the Web platform. The Web has been on an evolution path since the first browsers, roughly speaking from a Web of documents to a Web of applications; from the Web as a document sharing system to the web as an application development and deployment platform. HTML5, and the related APIs, protocols and formats that are often lumped together with it, … →
If you’ve ever seen one of those NASA simulations of galaxies colliding, you’ll know it’s a messy business. Symmetric spirals, serenely evolving and progressing through the universe on their own, suddenly encounter each other. The result is a violent conflagration. Plumes of previously well-ordered stars go shooting off into space, only to be drawn back in and shot out again in another directions; seeming child galaxies form, only to be absorbed again in more churning cataclysms. The time-scales over which … →
YES! We are doing it again. Mobile 2.0 Silicon Valley 2009 will be held on October 15th (Business Day, at the Grand Hyatt in San Francisco) and October 16th (Developer Day, at the Microsoft Center in Mountain View). More details to be posted soon. For sponsorship and speaking opportunities, contact email@example.com. Registration for Mobile 2.0 will begin on September 8th, we have sold out for three straight years, please register early.