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Open Mobile Summit in San Francisco

October 27, 2014 by Lisa Oshima | Advertising, Events, Mobile, Monetization
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The Open Mobile Summit on November 10-11 at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco is shaping up to be another great mobile event… Socialize Mobilize is helping get the word out on the conference this year, having enjoyed attending the show for the last couple of years.  At the time of writing, there […]

Video of Jeff Bezos from Amazon Announcing The Fire Phone

June 18, 2014 by Lisa Oshima | Events, Mobile, Review
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2013 World Series Game Winning Obstruction Call Captured with The Sony NEX-6 Camera (A Review)

October 29, 2013 by Lisa Oshima | Mobile, Research, Review
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I recently bought the Sony NEX-6, and I brought it with me to the World Series this weekend. This great little compact SLR camera packs a punch… Here’s the shot I took of the now game ending obstruction call that won the St. Louis Cardinals Game 3 over the Boston Red Sox on Saturday night. We […]

Lisa Oshima with Google Glass on KTVU Channel 2: “Concerns arise over privacy issues with Google Glass”

May 20, 2013 by Lisa Oshima | Google Glass, Mobile, Review
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I was recently interviewed by Maureen Naylor of Fox KTVU Channel 2 in the Bay Area about my experience with Google Glass. Watch the full video report here.   While this interview was filmed the previous week, the segment aired last week coinciding with Google’s big developer conference, Google I/O in San Francisco. It also aired on the same day […]

Lisa on CNET: “How to Wear Google Glass Like a Pro”

May 3, 2013 by Lisa Oshima | Google Glass
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I was interviewed by CNET this week wearing Google Glass. Check out the resulting blog post “How to Wear Google Glass Like a Pro” here and the video, below:

Can Google Glass Be Hacked Over the Air?

May 2, 2013 by Lisa Oshima | Google Glass, Mobile
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After reading this article yesterday, I wondered if Google Glass  was really that easy to hack.  So, earlier today, I stopped by the San Francisco office of one of my advisory clients, stealth-mode mobile security start-up, Bluebox Security to ask for an expert opinion on Glass security… I posted a video here on Google+ (unfortunately still can’t share […]

Interview about Wearing Glass on Silicon Valley Business Journal

April 30, 2013 by Lisa Oshima | Google Glass, Review
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I was interviewed today on Silicon Valley Business Journal about my experiences wearing Google Glass.  You can check out the interview here.

Unboxing Google Glass Explorer Edition

April 23, 2013 by Lisa Oshima | Developers, Google Glass, Mobile
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I am one of the lucky first people to have the opportunity to buy the beta version of Google Glass, after registering as a “Glass Explorer” at Google I/O 2012. Last weekend, I went to Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California and picked up my Google Glass…

Watching the Tide Turn – The Evolution of Android

April 23, 2013 by Lisa Oshima | Developers, Google Glass, Mobile
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A year ago plus, when my tech-savvy friends and colleagues (that didn’t work at Google or Motorola) discovered that I used Android, they gave me strange looks.  Those looks were equal parts bafflement and disgust, and were almost always accompanied by asking, “Why Android?” – as if to say, “As someone who knows mobile, shouldn’t […]

Lisa Oshima on NBC Bay Area: “Google Glass Making its Way to the Streets”

April 23, 2013 by Lisa Oshima | Google Glass, Mobile, Review
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Yesterday, Scott Budman of NBC Bay Area joined me on a walk through Palo Alto, California on my 3rd day wearing Google Glass. Check out the video here:  





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