Sep 18-20, 2007, Madrid, Spain
Open Source in Mobile, 2007
What is currently available to the mobile Linux developer?
How great is the availability problem of devices/environments on which to develop Linux for mobile?
Examining the developer devices released in 06/07 - what are the advantages? What are the challenges?
What must a software development kit (SDK) offer to facilitate innovation and improve development cycles?
How can mobile SDKs be improved?
October 17, 2007, London, UK
Symbian SmartPhone Show 2007
Motorola and UIQ Technology have launched a unique portfolio of handsets, beginning with the showcase MOTO Z8. In this session, you will learn all about key new features and find out all you need to kick off your MOTO Z8 development and create the best new applications that leverage the powerful UIQ platform for Motorola handsets and speed your market success.
Nov 9, 2007, London, UK
Motorola continues to add functionality through the implementation of standards-based Java™ ME packages and new APIs. This session will review how Java™ ME is evolving and is currently being deployed across a wide variety of Motorola product portfolios. Roadmaps and new feature implementations will also be covered.
Nov 12, 2007, Beijing, China
Technology Trends Driving Mobile Application Innovation
In this session, a panel of market development experts offers their insights into the latest technology trends and the associated opportunities they present for mobile application developers. We will also discuss Motorola's platforms strategy for mobile applications and present exciting innovative mobile applications.
Nov 28-30, 2007, San Diego, USA
Handsets Forum USA 2007
Evaluating the Benefits of Moving Towards Open Source in an Increasingly Fragmented Mobile Software Marketplace
Harnessing the potential of open source to reduce cost and time to market of new mobile device development
Defining the open nature of open source : Striking the balance between openness and the development of a commercial product
Cultivating the open source developer community to support the forward strategies of carriers and handset manufacturers
Evaluating the case of Linux as the mobile platform to power the next generation of mobile handsets
Dec 5, 2007, London, UK
Mobile Application Platforms and Operating Systems
Equipping the Developer Community for Innovation – Listening, Learning and Adapting - Motorola Case Study
Successfully interacting with the developer community and responding to their challenges
Adjusting the business to accommodate and support – Real life experience A view of Motorola's activities
Analysing the drivers for success so far and reaping the rewards
What are the emerging trends? What the future holds