A look ahead at next generation devices and technologies that will deliver the next wave of innovation in the mobile revolution.
Which devices and applications will be next to delight us? Which will succeed in bringing the next billion mobile users online? What companies are poised to benefit as our personal and professional lives become increasingly untethered?
The latest in voice and touchscreen interfaces, and new technologies that will redefine how we will interact with devices and data on the go.
New solutions are emerging for tracking consumer behaviors on mobile devices, between apps and the mobile web and across multiple devices. Mobile campaigns are also offering unprecedented reach in emerging markets, reaching the next 1B consumers that are coming online for the first time through their mobile devices.
MIT Professor Muriel Medard on clever coding to improve network performance for mobile video
Our cell phones are becoming the hub for personal health monitoring and management. With the widespread adoption of affordable devices and sensors for monitoring critical health metrics, a new era of personal quantification is reaching the mainstream. Healthcare providers and health insurance companies are adapting quickly.
With over 200 million users on the go, the Twitter product team is focused on a mobile first strategy. Twitter is delivering products that help mobile users create compelling content, leveling the playing field and rewarding access. Michael Sippey of Twitter will share his vision for the next phase of their mobile first strategy.
The race to provide our mobile wallets is on. Sarah Friar of Square will share the company's approach to providing services to thousands of vendors that were unable to access traditional credit card services before.
Mobile computing in the developing world is increasingly the first computing experience that a consumer will have. What are the emering mobile solutions that will enable the next billion people to come online, and what are the implications for global business and politics?