MobileBeat 2013 — VentureBeat’s sixth annual event on the future of mobile — is coming up next week on July 9-10 in San Francisco, and it’s shaping up to be one of the most provocative mobile events of the year.
Register here with code “148” and save 20%! Speakers include:
- Young Sohn, Chief Strategy Officer, Samsung
- James Barrese, CTO, PayPal
- Anand Chandrasekher, SVP & CMO, Qualcomm
- Lee Linden, Product Lead, Facebook
- Dave Engberg, CTO, Evernote
- Rich Riley, CEO, Shazam
- Paul Palmieri, President & CEO, Millennial Media
- Joanna Lambert, SVP Strategy & Innovation, Amex
- Maykel Loomans, UI Designer, Instagram
- Mikkel Svane, Founder, Zendesk
- Pete Flint, Co-Founder & CEO, Trulia
- Mark Curtis, Founder, Fjord
- B. Bonin Bough, VP Global Media, Mondelēz International
- Brent Hieggelke, CMO, Urban Airship
- Tony Salvador, Dir. of Experience Insights Lab, Intel
- Brian Pearce, Head of Retail Mobile Channel, Wells Fargo
- Michal Levin, Senior UX Designer, Google
- Peter Yared, CTO/CIO, CBS Interactive
- Dane Glasgow, VP, Mobile and Local, eBay
- Manish Chandra, Founder & CEO, Poshmark
- See the full list here.
Which upcoming releases and trends will help you make your design even sleeker, your technology stacks even faster, and your revenue streams even safer? Who is claiming the eyeballs and wallets by providing the best Mobile Experience, and how? What are the top brands in the world doing to keep up with this shift, and who are they working with?
Find out along side 600+ executives during two days of high-level discussions, breakouts, exclusive announcements, and networking sessions.
Program sub themes include: brands/agencies & mobile advertising, consumerization of the enterprise, infrastructure/cloud, commerce, wearables by design, gaming, and mobile development tools.
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This week at 148Apps.com, we indulged in a little healthy living with our review of the iHealth Blood Pressure Dock. Site editor Rob LeFebvre writes, “The iHealth Blood Pressure Dock is a fantastic piece of tech that will allow anyone, regardless of experience, ability, or consciousness to have their blood pressure taken and monitored over time.
The free app that works alongside the actual blood pressure dock and arm cuff is simple, easy to use, and can be set up with multiple users. This allows families to keep track of more than one family member who might want or need to do so.
While high blood pressure is no laughing matter and should be monitored by a doctor or licensed health care provider, the iHealth blood pressure dock is ideal for tracking blood pressure in between doctor visits.”
Want to know more? Read our full review at 148Apps.com.
Meanwhile, at GiggleApps.com, writer Amy Solomon took a trip to learn about polar bears via her review of the Smithsonian’s Polar Bear Horizon. She writes, “Polar Bear Horizon – Smithsonian Oceanic Collection is an interactive application based on the book of the same name and now part of a series of Smithsonian applications developed by Oceanhouse Media. Like other apps by Oceanhouse Media, this application includes the choice to listen to narration allowing readers to follow along the included text which becomes highlighted when words are spoken, or to read this book to oneself. Auto-play is also an option.”
Read Amy’s full review at GiggleApps.
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
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Finally, 148Apps.biz founder Jeff Scott announced the return of MobileBeat to San Francisco, saying “I think of MobileBeat as the business of mobile conference. The conference is about making connections with the business side of the mobile industry. This year the focus of MobileBeat is on something we see ignored all too often, design.”
Read more about the upcoming MobileBeat conference on 148Apps.biz.
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I think of MobileBeat as the business of mobile conference. The conference is about making connections with the business side of the mobile industry. This year the focus of MobileBeat is on something we see ignored all too often, design.
Design: The New Battleground for Mobile
The most successful players are focusing on one thing: How to make products, services, and devices as compelling and delightful as possible – both visually, and experientially.
Under appreciated most of the time time, design truly is the way to make mobile experiences stand out and succeed. No exception this year, there are many big movers in the industry coming out to share their knowledge, including:
• Mark Pincus, Founder, CEO & CPO, Zynga
• Dave Morin, Co-Founder & CEO, Path
• Hill Ferguson, Head of Mobile, Paypal
• Mark Curtis, Founder, Fjord
• Chris Weber, President (US), Nokia
• Scott Dadich, VP Digital Development, Conde Nast
• Jason Spero, Head of Mobile, Google
Take a look at the conference site for more info as the agenda gets filled out.
148Apps readers register here with promo code “VB-148″ and get 20% off! 148Apps is proud to once again be a media sponsor of MobileBeat.
A combined MobileBeat and GamesBeat will take place in San Francisco next week. July 12-13 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco will see a group of some of the most interesting minds in the mobile and gaming industries will gather to discuss what’s next for mobile.
Great speakers include Nolan Bushnell, the father of video games, Jason Spero, Head of Mobile for Google, David Williams, VP of Mobile Products for AT&T, and many more. There will be plenty of great information shared, new products launched, and as usual, lots of great conversations to be had between sessions.
I’m particularly looking forward to the keynote from Nolan Bushnell and many of the GamesBeat talks.
148Apps readers can get 20% off the registration by using the discount code VB-148
For full details about the event, hit the jump.
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MobileBeat 2010 kicks off on Monday in San Francisco and we’ll be there covering it. VentureBeat’s third annual conference on the future of mobile this year asks the question who will profit from the “Superphone?” The talks cover every angle of the mobile industry from hardware to advertising to community building. In addition to the talks there will also be 20 startups competing in the Startup Competition for the coveted Tesla Prize.
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If you are interested in learning more, head on over to the MobileBeat site. 148Apps readers can use promo code “VB-148Apps” to get 15% off of a ticket purchase!
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The third MobileBeat conference, VentureBeat’s two day conference for mobile industry executives, investors, startups, and developers is rapidly approaching. MobileBeat 2010 will take place in San Francisco’s Palace Hotel on July 12-13. It’s one of the must-attend events for the mobile industry and brings together innovators and investors for great networking opportunities and great discussions.
One of the biggest events during MobileBeat are the pitches from startups. Twenty startups are chosen to present to the crowd and pitch their company to the 500+ attending the conference. This year, the chosen startups will be presenting on the coolest ideas for the coming 4G world.
The goal of this year’s startup competition is to showcase the top 20 companies with the coolest mobile ideas for the coming 4G world. If you have a startup or product that’s going to shake up the mobile ecosystem around 4G, this is the perfect opportunity to make your pitch to over 500 mobile industry executives, investors, journalists and fellow entrepreneurs.
Eighteen startups have already been chosen, but you can help chose the remaining two at the MobileBeat Startup Competition page. Voting is open through June 21st.
If you are interested in learning more, head on over to the MobileBeat site. 148Apps readers click here and use promo code “VB-148Apps” to get 15% off! Hurry though. Tickets are going fast.
148Apps is proud to be a media partner for MobileBeat 2010.