Developers announced for CTIA Wireless Developer Pitch Sessions

March 18, 2010 by Lisa Oshima | Advertising, Consulting, Developers, Events, Mobile, Monetization

ctiaToday, Open Mobile Solutions (OMS) announced which mobile apps will be demoed at the four Developer Pitch Sessions at CTIA Wireless next week.  The line-up of developers and mobile applications/ products looks great:

  • Soundtrckr
  • Mobisante
  • TextArrest
  • Nearbynow
  • Anttenna
  • Right Deal Right Now
  • Caregive
  • Live Colony
  • Micello
  • Lumosity
  • Asurion Mobile Addressbook
  • Glympse
  • Rhythm New Media
  • Yap
  • Xtop
  • Fring
  • Flirtomatic
  • Pageonce
  • Snapfinger from Kudzu Interactive
  • Inrix Traffic.

As I mentioned in one of my earlier posts, I’ll be moderating the second Developer Pitch Session on Distribution on Wednesday, March 24 from 3-4pm in the Las Vegas Convention Center − Apps World, North Hall – Innovation Hall.  The experts for this session are:

  • Claudia Backus, Senior Director, Ecosystem Programs, Motorola
  • Larry Berkin, Head of Global Alliances, Symbian Foundation
  • Christopher David, Head of Developer and Partner Engagement, Sony Ericsson
  • Ian McDonald, Global Manager, BlackBerry Developer Program (UPDATED 3/19/10 – replacing Tyler Lessard)
  • Asokan Thiyagarajan, Director – Platforms & Technology Strategy, Samsung Telecommunications America
  • Patrick Mork, Vice President, Marketing, GetJar, Inc.

During this session, developers will pitch the following mobile products:

If you still need a ticket to CTIA, here’s instructions on how to get one for free.

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