Without a doubt, Social Computing is the preeminent phenomenon rising on the
second wave of the web, and the iPhone will become one of the dominant
clients for Social Computing in the mobile space.
That is the premiss of the fascinating iPhone Developer Summit (colocated
with AJAXWorld Conference & Expo) session "Social Computing: the iPhone as an
Ideal Platform" to be given in March by ICEfaces CTO Steve Maryka.
Summit delegates who attend this talk will find out how ICEfaces delivers the
goods today for development of web-based social computing applications.
"The open source ICEfaces project pioneered web-based real time
collaboration, an essential capability for truly interactive Social
Computing," notes Maryka, "and its server-centric architecture is well-suited
to resource-constrained devices such as the iPhone."
During his session, says Maryka, you will see seve... (more)
The iPhone and Google Android platform are undisputedly transforming the
mobile industry by bringing smartphone capabilities to the masses. They are
also making for enticing new mobile platforms for developing and deploying
new types of mobile apps and services for mass market users. Yet, developing
for them is not that easy.
This is the background to an iPhone Developer Summit session to be given in
March in New York City by the co-founder, CTO and principal contributor of
Funambol, Stefano Fornari.
Entitled "Developing Open Source Mobile Messaging and Sync Apps for iPhone
vs. A... (more)
"Apple may push iPhone technology into other products, including Macs" - that
is just one of a welter of widely-quoted predictions made recently by Ben
Reitzes, an analyst for UBS Investment Research. Now he additionally claims:
"Our contacts in the supply chain point toward a new iPhone model to be
released by March." [Italics added.]
5 weeks ago Reitzes hit the news when USB adjusted what it calls
its "12-month price target" to $182 (from $175). In his latest research
note, Reitzes has raised that to $220...in the wake of Apple's announcement
earlier this week that it sold 1.12... (more)
With millions of iPhones sold in recent months, enterprises are challenged
with how to manage the influx of these personal devices coming "in the back
door" without compromising security policies. One IDC analyst states,
"Bringing secure enterprise wireless email to the Apple iPhone brings it one
step closer to being able to be used as a trusted enterprise device."
Early Bird "Gold Pass" $295 For Two Days
Limited to First 200 Delegates
This is the background to the iPhone Developer Summit session "iPhone as
Biz-Phone" to be given in March by Sybase's Senthil Krishnapillai.
The sessi... (more)
Sybase iAnywhere announced availability of support for Apple iPhone during
the first international iPhone Developer Summit, colocated with AJAXWorld
Conference & Expo 2008 East. Information Anywhere now enables IT
organizations to provide secure delivery of Lotus Domino and Microsoft
Exchange enterprise email to iPhone users, in addition to a broad range of
other mobile devices. Sybase iAnywhere’s unique approach to providing
enterprise email support for the iPhone reduces potential security concerns
while still providing a rich user experience utilizing native iPhone