Advances in Mobile Computing and Applications: Security, Privacy and Trust
Advances in mobile hardware architectures and tremendous growth of high-speed wide-area cellular systems deliver anytime and anyplace availability of network-based information services to the owners of mobile computing devices. Ever-growing popularity of mobile devices, such as smart phones and netbooks, drives the demand for the development of innovative software and hardware architectures,...
WHY SHOULD YOU BE THERE?
· Learn from leading and knowledgeable innovators, developers and designers in the industry
· Harness the fastest growing segment in the tech industry: mobile
· Develop a deeper understanding of existing mobile and web technologies
· Learn about the latest research and explore new and cutting edge developments
· Craft creative native apps for both...
Mobile Commerce World 2013
Mobile Commerce World is designed for business and technology executives charged with developing their company’s mobile commerce and marketing strategy. Across three days, key players from the mobile commerce ecosystem, including marketers, retailers, mobile app developers, software and service providers, integrators, security providers, operators, business strategists and leading companies,...
Local Mobile Advertising Conference
Borrell Associates to Hold Local Mobile Advertising Conference
The conference couldn’t be timelier. Borrell is forecasting that local mobile advertising in the U.S. will grow from $285 million in 2009 to over $11.3 billion by 2014
Williamsburg, VA May 14, 2010 -- Borrell Associates will hold its 2010 Local Mobile Advertising conference in Dallas, Sept. 27-29, 2010, featuring an agenda...
Global Mobile Internet Conference
The Mobile Internet Great Wall Club ( http://www.thegreatwallclub.com ) invites China Entrepreneurs to be a part of the Global Mobile Internet Conference in Beijing on May 27-29.
The GMIC is designed specifically for executives, entrepreneurs, investors and innovators to understand and capitalize on the growing opportunities in the mobile internet. Much of the conference dialogue is...