With 4G becoming more prevalent in various cities, true mobile computing will become more widely adopted by consumers
American Canyon, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) July 19, 2011
Experts in the industry gathered together to speak and network about the latest technology at the MobileBeat and GamesBeat 2011 Conference at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco on July 12 and 13. Lazy Tech Guys provided immediate coverage during the technology conference.
The features speakers were Jason Spero, Head of Mobile and Google; Humphrey Chen, Executive Director New Product Technologies, Verizon Wireless; David Williams, VP of Mobile Products, AT&T; and many more.
MobileBeat 2011 also featured their annual Startup Competition; with 20 innovative mobile startups presenting new mobile products onstage in front of more than 700 attendees and an expert panel of judges. Winners received the coveted Tesla Award, along with VentureBeat coverage.
“With 4G becoming more prevalent in various cities, true mobile computing will become more widely adopted by consumers. The MobileBeat conference dissects the multi-billion dollar sectors that are being transformed by the new, resource-rich mobile networks and platforms: payments, e-commerce, phone and device makers, cloud, web development, mobile gaming, and more,” says Tony Hannides, member of the tech blog, Lazy Tech Guys, who attended the conference.
Tony goes on to say, ”major players within these sectors are providing new experiences with smartphones, mobile games, and other forms of compelling content as they leverage 4G speeds. New innovative handhelds and apps could show up in the near future. Basically, new toys.”
Mr. Hannides notes that some of the other new innovations introduced at the show for people to look forward to include HeyZap, a mobile social media app, which will help developers see what types of people are playing the games, not just who downloaded them.
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