Last night we wrapped up our first Mobile Summit, a two-day event dedicated to an incredibly important and exciting area of technological innovation.
The event featured leading mobile entrepreneurs and technologists, including Aaron Levie, CEO of Box, Sarah Friar, CFO of Square, and Michael Sippey of Twitter, all of whom chatted on stage with editor-in-chief, Jason Pontin. You can see the full schedule here.
For those who weren’t able to make it, you can watch video of several sessions on our video channel, and you can read breaking news from the event below:
- Factual announces a location API for app-makers (see “More Apps May Soon Want to Know Where You Are”).
- Why the next mobile revolution may take place on your wrist (see “In Smart Watch Category, Pebble Still Awaits the Big Competition”).
- More efficient mobile cameras are on the way (see “Camera Tweaks Should Boost Gadget Battery Life”).
- How smartphone screens have caught the attention of car-makers (see “Corning’s Gorilla Glass Is Coming to Cars Next”). <
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