Jan Uddenfeldt, senior advisor to corporate executive officer R&D, Sony, on the role of the smartphone as the center of consumer electronics and whether wearables will eventually replace it.
For years, the U.S. smart home industry has been eyeing Europe with a mixture of exasperation, frustration and resignation. But the tide is turning as a growing number of European utilities embrace connected home services. In the first of a two-part series, Eva Munk reports.
Manish Chandra, founder and CEO, Poshmark, on how social media and mobile redefine the connected shopping experience.
OMM’s Susan Kuchinskas talks to Brent Hieggelke, CMO, Urban Airship, about how companies should communicate with app users to forge lasting relationships.
Ryan Koontz, managing director, Woodside Capital Partners, on the technical barriers starting to fall on TV over mobile and things getting down to business models.
Courtney Guertin, CTO at Kiip, on improving app engagement through personalized achievement rewards.
In the first of a two-part series, Siegfried Mortkowitz reports on the future of multimodal mobility and how it can help solve the daunting problems that will arise when nearly two thirds of the world’s population will be living in megacities.
Susan Kuchinskas looks at how analysis and merging of data from farming equipment and other sources could improve the precision of agricultural practices – and maybe end world hunger.
The face of the Internet is changing and big players are taking note of it. Heated discussions are carried out at both ends of the world: SWSW vs. Cebit, Snowden vs. Kroes.
Next Wednesday (Feb 26th) Open Mobile Media will be hosting Swedish Beers, an ad-hoc mobile networking event for an informal, just-turn-up and mingle style evening where attendees can escape from the go-go-go at MWC.
Open Mobile Media has just announced that Citi Payments, Qualcomm and Consult Hyperion will be speaking on the exclusive Webinar: how to make the digital wallet stick with scalable business models and tech that will take place on March 6.