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11 Lessons For the Mobile Industry from GigaOm

September 26, 2011 by Lisa Oshima | Developers, Enterprise, Mobile, Review
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Today GigaOM launched a report entitled, “The future of mobile: a segment analysis.”  Among many other things, the report summarizes 11 critical lessons learned by the mobile industry, many of which I discussed in my recent post: “Waging the Mobile Patent War and the Future of Mobile Innovation…” “Avoid channel conflict” There have been several […]

Discount for App Developers Conference and Hackathon

September 15, 2011 by Lisa Oshima | Developers, Events
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App Developers Conference (ADC) and Hackathon, taking place October 26-27, 2011 in Santa Clara, CA., addresses key components of app development, marketing and revenue on mobile devices and tablets. With an emphasis on cross platform development and revenue strategies, ADC provides key insight for both developers and business professionals. Attendees will hear from more than […]

Waging the Mobile Patent War & the Future of Mobile Innovation: Google, Palm, Apple, Microsoft, Nokia, RIM, Mozilla – What’s next?

September 1, 2011 by Lisa Oshima | Developers, Mobile
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Its been a huge couple of weeks in mobile… It started with Google‘s acquisition of Motorola Mobility on August 15th (its largest to date).  That was followed by HP‘s announcement on August 18th that it is canceling its Palm line of WebOS-based hardware.  The big news continued into week with Steve Jobs’s resignation as CEO […]

Developers: Join BRV & Hacker Dojo at “Beyond launch: reaching critical milestones”

May 11, 2010 by Lisa Oshima | Developers, Events, Mobile
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On Thursday, June 3, 2010, from 6:30-8:30pm, Blue Run Ventures (BRV), an early stage venture firm specializing in internet mobile, and software start-ups, is hosting a FREE developer event at Hacker Dojo in Mountain View, a “community center for hackers and thinkers to meet, discuss, learn, create, build and play.” At this event, Jay Jamison, […]

WinMoDev Camp is in Silicon Valley on Friday!

October 1, 2009 by Lisa Oshima | Developers, Events, Mobile
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WinMoDevCamp is happening from 10-5 tomorrow (Friday, October 2nd) at Microsoft’s Silicon Valley campus in Mountain View, in conjunction with Silicon Valley Code Camp.  They’ve got a solid line-up of presenters leading sessions including Susan Kevorkian of IDC’s Mobile & Wireless team, Microsoft MVPs, Sony Ericsson, Samsung and more. If you’re planning to develop for […]

Live from DEMOfall 09: Tues Sept 22, 2009

September 22, 2009 by Lisa Oshima | Consulting, Developers, Events, Monetization, Research
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I’m blogging live from DEMOfall 09 in San Diego California… I’ll also be live tweeting.  The show is about to start shortly.  Please refresh your browser regularly. The show is starting now… First up an introduction video. Now the intro to the conference – Chris Shipley and Matt Marshall are thanking partners and talking about […]

Directory of the Top Mobile Developer Relations Pros on Twitter

July 21, 2009 by Lisa Oshima | Consulting, Developers, Mobile, Social Media
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UPDATED 7/31/09: Below, you’ll find a list I compiled of mobile developer relations professionals on Twitter.  It’s interesting to see how many mobile companies are starting to use Twitter to engage with their developer communities.  The most prolific developer relations tweeps seem to be from Windows Mobile (which lists Twitter, Facebook and YouTube as communications […]

Windows Mobile 6.5 is done, and it looks good!

May 18, 2009 by Lisa Oshima | Developers, Mobile, Review
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Last Thursday, the Windows Mobile Developer Team (@wmdev) announced via Twitter that Windows Mobile 6.5 is done: “For the record, Windows Mobile 6.5 is DONE… complete… looks really good IOHO and every bit functional. ping us if u want to know more.” I’m excited to hear about this Windows Mobile release.  Though, I switched to […]

Open vs. Closed – The Mobile Debate Rages On

January 26, 2009 by Lisa Oshima | Mobile, Social Media
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There’s a lot of talk about the value of openness on the web…. Open development platforms, open APIs, open source, OpenSocial, etc.  “Open” is a popular word these days, and depending on who you talk to, “open” can mean any one of many different things. “Open” as it relates to the mobile is no exception…. […]

My Mobile and Social Media Predictions for 2009 into 2010

January 7, 2009 by Lisa Oshima | Mobile, Social Media
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Here are a handful of my predictions for mobile and social media in 2009, moving into 2010… For the record, I’ve left off everything I know will happen in 2009 and limited this list to things I *think* will happen: Smartphones and feature phones will continue to converge in iPhone-esque fashion. Mobile Internet will drive […]





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