YOUR FUTURE NOW!Many New Faces of Internet. MobileMonday National Summit 2013Have you noticed the many new faces with which the Internet is greeting you every day? Not only do we meet the familiar faces of the Internet as smart phones, tablets, phablets, laptops, PCs but now the Internet has found a new home in the car, we've all seen pictures of the Google Glass (some have already tried it on), read about the iWatch, we use connected sensors to measure our health, possibly moods, the Internet…See More
Mobile Payment has been a huge success. Well, not yet in Germany or even Europe, no, not yet. But in Africa, e.g. in Kenya Safaricom's M-Pesa has seen a widespread adoption. Still, M-Pesa's success does not rely on NFC. Then FeliCa (started in 2004 and based on the FeliCa smart card system) in Japan NFC was and is hugely successful - though it was based on RFID and has just recently moved towards NFC. Reading the press releases of the Mobile World Congress and of the movers and shakers of the…See More
Slowly but steadily the Social Paradigm is growing inside the Enterprise. Does your company successfully reach out to your colleagues, business partners, suppliers and customersand tie them into the social network of your enterprise? Let's talk about the social enterprise (in the case of the social enterprise our focus will not be purely mobile :).You'll gain some practical insight into how to make it work, some tools to use, what works for small and what is required for larger organisations.…See More
This event starts at 13:15!Next Gen Mobile Apps with FacebookAlready today Facebook integrates nicely mobile apps. From its mobile website and the Facebook app (Android and iOS) you can launch connected apps. Facebook is about to become the new marketplace for apps offering a completely new app discovery experience - an important advantage in a crowded marketplace.Facebook will allow for a new class of apps: apps that integrate Facebook's social experience from the web and go beyond that by…See More
Registration is CLOSED. We are fully booked. Join & Celebrate Mobile Savor the view from the pristine top floor of the o2 Tower (the city's highest office building) and enjoy a mighty mobile night over Munich with some fresh hot bits and bytes to explore and debate.Come to this closing event to appraise Nokia's new Windows phone and engage with 2 payment providers over the best and easiest way to monetize mobile, understand the details of Telefónica's new BlueVia developer program and last…See More
MobileMonday Developer Day = m2d2 (FOR DEVELOPERS ONLY)MobileMonday Germany has ventured into a new event-format. As globally renowned thought-leaders of the mobile internet development we know this to be the time to address YOU, the mobile developer, with our brand new, day long format!Unlike the usual MobileMonday events, this Developer Day will focus on technical topics and building iPhone OS applications.Talk about and code for the iPhone and hear experiences from companies like metaio and…See More
Smile, it’s Monday! It’s a MobileMonday Munich presentsSocial Media AppsSocial Media ist the biggest online revolution since the invention of the Internet80% of all Social Media usage is through mobile phones Social Media Apps is the hottest mobile application category Join us to celebrate Social Media Apps With Special event: Social Web Graffiti 22nd of March, Munich Nockherberg Traditionsgaststätten, Room Bayern, Hochstraße 77, 81541 München Christian Ehl,…See More
Event is on THIS COMING THURSDAY, starts EARLIER andBOOKING is now open. PLEASE read details below!Startups interested to present were able to fill out a form. Deadline was January, 15th, 2010 - 18:00 = CLOSED NOWMobileMonday Demo Night happens 2010 for the 4th time and is a well known format to many MobileMonday followers. At the Demo Night, we look for startups to present products, services, technologies and projects that:provide new opportunities,…See More
Wearables & Connected Devices - MobileMonday Hamburg April 7.th
Watches that can always tell parents where their children are. Trackers that give medical professionals information about their patients' health. Cameras that show warehouse managers their inventory in just a few seconds. Many other functions are still just games, and too many are limited to individual sectors and niches.
Great video from PWC regarding the impact of mobile technology on the provision of healthcare in mature and emerging markets. Follow the MobileMonday Events 2014 picking up the Mobile and Connected Future of these indsutries.