Dec 6, 2011, San Diego - California
Near Field Communications (NFC) technology is one of the newest technologies designed to add additional utility to our cellular phones. In essence, it uses your phone's short-range wireless technology to send and receive personal data to other devices. Its many capabilities will make our lives easier by consolidating many of the items that we carry with us every day. is coming at you in 2012 and our panel of experts will provide a glimpse of how NFC technology will change your lives.
Nov 8, 2011, Dallas ?Texas
Examining the Entire Ecosystem of LTE Devices: What will the Future Device Landscape Look Like?
April 25-26, 2011, San Francisco, California
The emergence of HTML5 and modern web browsers promise a future beyond fragmented native app platforms. What developments over the next twelve months will make the mobile web more viable (and how is this affected by LTE, advances in chips, and OS's like Android Honeycomb)
Mar 1-2, 2011 ?San Diego, CA
Driven by the allure of "apps?the mobile market has become a key platform for in computing, communications, and entertainment hardware. New "tablet?form factors are carving out an new segment between traditional notebooks and smartphones, while eReaders continue to hold onto the single-purpose niche. How does display technology enable these devices, and what are the implications of these fast-developing applications for displays? DisplaySearch and a panel of industry participants will dig into the issues.
Jan 25, 2011, San Francisco, CA
With the growth of the Apple iOS and Android ecosystems over the last year, is 2011 the year that mobile social platforms finally take off in US? Join us as we look at what 2011 holds for social application developers with executives from leading platforms and publishers pioneering social and monetization on mobile.
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