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Boston Mobile Camp

Boston Mobile Barcamp is coming.  Join us on March 21st for Boston’s annual event for mobile developers and enthusiasts. When Saturday, March 21, 2009 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Registration starts at 8:30 AM) Where MIT Building E51 (Tang Center) 70 Memorial Drive Cambridge, MA 02139-4307 Cost Free Sign up here.

Mobile Monday Boston CTO Dinner

This month, Mobile Monday hosted a CTO dinner to bring together technical leaders from Boston’s mobile companies. The dinner was sponsored by Flybridge Capital and moderated by Xconomy’s Wade Roush. Over dinner our discussion covered the future of mobile platforms, market fragmentation, the mobile web, what consumers want, and much more. To hear what the… Read More

Nov 17th – Early Stage Mobile Companies

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Mobile Monday 11.17 from Chris Brackett on Vimeo. Join us on November 17th, at the Omni Parker rooftop ballroom, and see 10 early stage mobile companies demonstrate their new mobile products. Each new company will provide a rapid-fire 5 minute presentation, followed by a social cocktail hour with product demonstrations. Our keynote speaker, Tom Erickson,… Read More

Mobile Around the World: MIW Reception Featuring Opera CEO Jon von Tetzchner, Nokia – Wed Oct 22nd 6:30pm

Join us for a reception at Mobile Internet World 2008, Wed Oct 22nd at 6:30pm, Boston Convention Center, Room 0-51, organized with MoMo NY and MITX. Cash bar. Featuring: >> Opera CEO Jon von Tetzchner >> Thi Linh Wernau, Senior Mobile Strategist at Nokia Interactive Advertising This reception is free for MoMo members. Registration: Click… Read More

Browsers — Driving the Web, or Driven by the Web? — Monday June 30th 7pm

Free Registration (required): Click Here Over the next five years, shipments of advanced mobile browsers will grow from 76 Million to 700 Million per year (ABI). Will mobile-specific websites proliferate, or will browsers and transcoding catch up? Will web aps and widgets replace native aps? How will users navigate – by voice, touch or typing?… Read More