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DroidCon London is happening this month: Be there

One of the best looking Android conferences I’ve seen in a while. I will aim to be there. If you’ve anything whatsoever to do with Android or you want to reach developers, you should be there too. I’ll be posting more on this shortly. Meanwhile, visit the site and buy a ticket: http://www.droidcon.co.uk/

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Mobile Industry Review is at 360IT in London this Wednesday

I’m going to be at world leading IT infrastructure event, 360 IT, this coming Wednesday. It’s being held at Earls Court 1 in London on 22nd and 23rd (this Wednesday and Thursday). I’m taking the camera and a crew down to the event to see what’s moving with enterprise mobile. Registration for the event is […]

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NokiaWorld: The Only Possibility Today is Brilliance

I’m looking forward to seeing what Nokia delivers to the marketplace today. I’m excited at the possibilities. However I still retain a sad-reality-view. Today, Nokia needs to deliver unmitigated brilliance. It’s a binary situation. Either it’s brilliant or it’s not. It’s that simple. I am quietly fearful that the company will vomit out a range […]

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Who’d like to win an iPad 64GB 3G?

I had a note in from the 360°IT Event team to tell me that they’re giving away an iPad to a lucky delegate who takes the time to register to attend. The competition closes tomorrow at midday, so do get stuck in quickly. To register, use this link. Registration for the event is free and […]

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New Series: How to deliver WiFi for 10,000 delegates, properly

I can’t stand going to events and conferences and finding the WiFi services are either faulty, slow or non-existent.  It’s a big problem for event organisers — and one that can no longer be sidestepped as being the venue’s fault. Complain to the event organiser that, “The WiFi is rubbish,” or, “I can’t seem to […]

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Women in Mobile Data luncheon — 23rd July — be there!

Women in Mobile Data is an excellent organisation advancing the female cause within the mobile industry. Pick any mobile company and you’re virtually guaranteed to find it 97% male. It’s not necessarily a deliberate thing, it’s just — well — historically, the mobile industry has been extremely boring. It’s been about wires, pipes, microwave dishes […]

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Uplinq 2010: Qualcomm’s mobile developer event

I’m flying into San Diego on Monday morning with the video equipment to attend Qualcomm’s Uplinq 2010 event. I’m very much looking forward to seeing what they’ll have going on. Qualcomm is a company that I’ve followed for quite a while, particularly because of their BREW platform. I’ll be very interested to see what Paul […]

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Senior Mobile Market 2010: Stirling Moss is speaking!

Are you going to Senior Mobile Market this year? The agenda is packed and I think it’s looking like a brilliant event for anyone interested in the largely overlooked senior mobile market. There’s still time to register — the event is on July 6th in London. Here are the details from one of the organisers, […]

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Are you at MEM2010 tomorrow & Wednesday?

It’s a busy week this week. This evening is the MEFFYs award ceremony and tomorrow, MEM2010 starts. MEM stands for Mobile Entertainment Market and I always thoroughly enjoy the event. Last year I moderated a panel and this year, I’m delighted to be moderating another one. Here’s the subject: The Apps Explosion: What Does the […]

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Appnation: The Mother of all App Events

If you’re into mobile apps, you should be aware of Appnation. And you should also be attending. The conference, founded by the former Chairman of ad:tech, Drew Ianni, is taking place on the 13th-14th of September at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco. It’s going to be huge. Absolutely huge. Keynotes confirmed include: Ilja […]

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A quick overview of Devnest #7 last night

Last night I headed over to the Sun Microsystems Customer Briefing Centre on King William Street, just down the road from the Bank of England, to the Twitter Developer event, Devnest. This was the 7th incarnation. As I walked along King William Street I looked in the window and by chance saw a rather vacant […]

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